self-actualisation need

self-actualisation need

As described by Abraham Maslow, a general term for any higher need of an individual, such as for personal growth, truth, justice, meaningfulness, creative expression, transcendence of self, and for peak experiences.
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Highly significant association can be observed between self-actualisation need and place of residence.
The self-actualisation needs are the highest of the Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
The physiological needs are fixed for all individuals whereas the self-actualisation needs are more diversified.
Achievement of the aim in the life will be used to assess the level of self-actualisation needs satisfied among the elderly.
In the analysis variable of achievement in the life is taken as a proxy of self-actualisation needs of the elderly in Pakistan.
Relationship of Self-actualisation Needs with Different Sociodemographic Variables
Achievement of the aim in life was use as a proxy for the self-actualisation needs.
the satisfaction of ego and self-actualisation needs, can be direct products of effort directed towards organisational objectives.
After individuals have satisfied these needs to some extent, they feel the need for esteem; both self-esteem and recognition from others, and once esteem needs begin to be adequately satisfied, the self-actualisation needs become more dominant.
Concerns about financial prospects and affirmative action relate to people's physiological, safety, esteem and self-actualisation needs.
A lack of motivation or self-actualisation needs in an individual is often associated with ill-health.
The needs are: survival or physiological needs, safety or security needs, social needs, ego-status needs and self-actualisation needs.