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Examine the relationship of biological factors to Maslow s theory of personality.
Weegy: Maslow held that lower level needs have prepotency over higher level needs; that is, lower needs must be satisfied before higher needs become motivators. [ Maslow’s hierarchy includes: (1) physiological needs, such as oxygen, food, water, and so on; (2) safety needs, which include physical security, stability, dependency, protection, and freedom from danger, and which result in basic anxiety if not satisfied; (3) love and belongingness needs, including the desire for friendship, the wish for a mate and children, and the need to belong; (4) esteem needs, which result from the satisfaction of love needs and which include self-confidence and the recognition that we have a positive reputation; and (5) self-actualization needs, which are satisfied only by the psychologically healthiest people. Unlike other needs that automatically are activated when lower needs are met, self-actualization needs do not inevitably follow from the satisfaction of esteem needs. Only by embracing such B-values as truth, beauty, oneness, justice, etc., can people achieve self-actualization. The five needs on Maslow’s hierarchy are conative needs. Other categories of needs include aesthetic needs, cognitive needs, and neurotic needs. ........... ] (More)
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what are the perceptual blocks and habits that hinder ones thinking when looking at the opossing an opossing view and defending your own views?
Weegy: The key habit that is hindering thinking when looking at the opposing view and defending your own is that you do not look from the perspective of the other view and see what weak, or strong points, it may have. [ [ [ [ This is one-sided thinking, which hinders argumentation, since a good argument is able to recognize the opposing argument for what it is, while at the same time being able to dismantle it. ] ] ] ] User: what can a person do to overcome those perceptual blocks and habits that are hindering their thinking and explain how ones thought process can be manipulated by perception. (More)
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what can a person do to overcome those perceptual block and habits that are hindering when it comes to thinking.
Weegy: Mine-is-Better starts in early childhood (my toy?s newer; my daddy?s stringer; my mommy earns more money, etc.). Definition: the tendency to regard one?s present ideas, values, opinions, customs, and traditions as superior to another?s. [ [ Mental positions as described above destroy objectivity and lead us to make self-flattering errors in our thinking. People of character keep their egos from interfering with the search for truth. 2. Face-Saving is another natural tendency arising in from our ego. Definition: unlike mine-is-better, face-saving occurs AFTER we have said or done something that threatens to disturb our self-image or the image others have of us. You may be familiar with it by the term defense mechanism. Ever say, ?It wasn?t my fault ? I had no choice ? so-and-so made me do it!?? Such statements are merely excuses, and dishonest ones at that, pointing the finger in someone else?s direction.Overcoming the habits that hinder thinking? Examine your first impressions of problems and issues without weighing it with others. Have a say, make a stand, don't be lazy to think else others will just overtake you ] ] (More)
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