What is MASLOW'S THEORY OF HUMAN MOTIVATION?

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follows on from Maslow's Motivational Hierarchy implying that the higher needs of self-actualization and the need for knowing are emphasized in real life due to their general importance in day to day living.

MASLOW'S THEORY OF HUMAN MOTIVATION: "Maslow extended his previous theories forming the Theory of Human Motivation which implied that the higher needs of self-actualization and knowing are emphasized in real life because of their potential implications."

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