Humans & Self-Actualization According to Abraham Maslow

Humans & Self-Actualization According to Abraham Maslow

In 1943, Abraham Maslow argued that all humans subscribe to a specific set of needs that affect self-actualization. Arranging the needs in a pyramid, he theorized that in order to reach the pinnacle of self-actualization (self-improvement), humans need to have other basic needs taken care of first.

After listening to the Ted Radio Hour Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Provide two examples from the talk of how self-concept (how we view our identity) can affect how we show ourselves to the world, and
Give one example of how your self-concept affects the self you share with others.