๐Ÿ“–A Theory of Human Motivation

authors
Maslow, A. H.
year
1943
url
http://doi.apa.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=showUIDAbstract&uid=1943-03751-001
  • physiological behavior does not necessarily mean it is caused by physiological needs

    It should be pointed out again that any of the physiological needs and the consummatory behavior involved with them serve as channels for all sorts of other needs as well. That is to say, the person who thinks he is hungry may actually be seeking more for comfort, or dependence, than for vitamins or proteins.

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