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ception of the human personality by reaching into the "higher" levels of human nature. . The motivation theory presented in Chapters 3 throllgh 7, and to. Motivation and personality by Abraham H. Maslow; 9 editions; First DAISY for print-disabled Download ebook for print-disabled (DAISY). Motivation and Personality book. Read 41 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A statement on self-actualisation and data. Applications.

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Document, Internet resource Document Type: Abraham H Maslow Find more information about: Abraham H Maslow. Maslow studied individuals whom he believed to be self-actualized, including Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein, to derive the common characteristics of the self-actualized person. Here are a selection of the most important characteristics, from his book Motivation and Personality:. They are not threatened or afraid of it; instead, they accept it, are comfortable with it and are often attracted by it.

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They do not cling to the familiar. Maslow quotes Einstein:. She perceives herself as she is, and not as she would prefer herself to be. With a high level of self-acceptance, she lacks defensiveness, pose or artificiality. Eventually, shortcomings come to be seen not as shortcomings at all, but simply as neutral personal characteristics.

Nonetheless, while self-actualized people are accepting of shortcomings that are immutable, they do feel ashamed or regretful about changeable deficits and bad habits.

Our subjects are somewhat more likely to appreciate for its own sake, and in an absolute way, the doing itself; they can often enjoy for its, own sake the getting to some place as well as the arriving.

It is occasionally possible for them to make out of the most trivial and routine activity an intrinsically enjoyable game or dance or play. Self-actualized people would] usually behave in a conventional fashion simply because no great issues are involved or because they know people will be hurt or embarrassed by any other kind of behavior.

They attempt to grow to perfection and to develop more and more fully in their own style. The motivation of ordinary men is a striving for the basic need gratifications that they lack. They work within a framework of values that are broad and not petty, universal and not local, and in terms of a century rather than the moment. They do not take their blessings for granted, and by doing so, maintain a fresh sense of wonder towards the universe. This devotion] exists side by side with a widespreading [ These people tend to be kind [and friendly] to almost everyone [ Because of this it is possible for them without pose to be honestly respectful and even humble before people who can teach them something.

Self, if I don't have the tool, let's go and build it, create it, figure it out, because just because the tool isn't available now, does not mean stuff's unknowable or that my conclusion's right on the small sliver that I barely proved via my biases of excluding everything that didn't fit. Profound and brave I whole heartedly heart. And the Hierarchy, subsequently visualized as a pyramid Thumbs up smiley!

I mean take China for instance. First world western peeps be like democratize which requires a whole lot of self-actualization and China be like China ain't like first world peeps where some people be holdin out I'm not sayin they don't have some messed up stuff. But I kind of feel them on the whole let's feed people first approach.

IMO Maslow would have been down, man had a point Some of this higher order stuff I mean Some crazy dudes will go to lengths. Failing to have self-esteem they will destroy others or do some cold mean stuff to an entire society He's got like citations a lot by comparison to other books. Now a lot of them My fav is how he uses a story by Orson Wells.

Context about bein' normal and well-adjusted. Peeps sayin' how we want our kids and people we love to be well-adjusted, havin' friends, loved by others, but we never ask the question "well-adjusted to what? Now you know wif a name like Abraham, he gotta be thinking it. But instead of coming out and just sayin He's writing for the educated, high society which at the time Dude is Jewish.

He doesn't go there though. Takes the high road with a neutral story. I dig this book. Props Maslow Jan 12, Ilya Mrz rated it really liked it Shelves: The honors, the status, the rewards, the popularity, the prestige, and the love they can bestow must have become less important than self-development and inner growth. Perception of Reality: They not only tolerate the ambiguous and unstructured—they like it.


Our healthy individuals find it possible to accept themselves and their own nature without chagrin or complaint or, for that matter, without even thinking about the matter that much. Problem Centering: Fresh Appreciation: Peak Experiences: Human Kinship: They feel kinship and connection, as if all people were members of a single family. Humility and Respect: As a matter of fact it often seems as if they are not aware of these differences, which are for the average person so obvious and so important.

Interpersonal Relationships: Their circle of friends is rather small. The ones that they love profoundly are few in number. Needless to say, their notions of right and wrong and of good and evil are often not the conventional ones.

Means and Ends: There is no exception. Resistance to Enculturation: They too are equipped with silly, wasteful, or thoughtless habits. They can be boring, stubborn, irritating. They are by no means free from a rather superficial vanity, pride, partiality to their own productions, family, friends, and children. Temper outbursts are not rare. Resolution of Dichotomies: Nov 16, Kristo rated it it was amazing. Brilliant book!

If Maslow's hierarchy of needs sympathized you, then I'm quite sure this book has many ideas and new perspectives to give. A must read for the ones interested in psychology and motivation in my opinion. View 1 comment. Nov 16, Brian Johnson rated it it was amazing. I love the guy.

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Think about that: Although you may not gasp as noticeably as you would if your more basic need of physical oxygen were deprived, you WILL experience equally albeit more subtle painful symptoms of angst, anxiety, depression and all that which, of course, are often medicated with pills, TV, alcohol, complaining, asinine conversations, etc.

Here are some of the Big Ideas: The Self-Actualizer - Become what thou art! Growth or Safety? Thank You! Your Extended Family - Time for a reunion!

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Here's my video review: Jul 21, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found this incredibly meaningful, and optimistic about humanity and human potential.

Also practical in a certain sense, in the way expansive and abstract issues can be managed in the context of mundane, quotidian life. Jun 19, Ron Davison rated it it was amazing. Maslow was such a full human being and in this book he reveals a great deal about how to experience life fully. A beautiful man and a beautiful book. May 31, Aleh Piatrou rated it it was amazing. Nov 28, Lauren rated it really liked it. I've always been familiar with Maslow's hierarchy of needs, but found it to be very abstract and oversimplified, but now appreciate the ideas after reading this book.

Our basic needs need to be met for a sense of security and love. When these two basic needs were not met, Maslow believes it leads to many pathological and neurotic symptoms seen in adults, symptoms that can only be cured through professional psychotherapy.

Not sure if he paid enough credit to biological temperament, or if he relie I've always been familiar with Maslow's hierarchy of needs, but found it to be very abstract and oversimplified, but now appreciate the ideas after reading this book.

Not sure if he paid enough credit to biological temperament, or if he relied to heavily on causation due to thwarted needs. For example, in pathologically aggressive reactions: People described as authoritarian must frequently tend unconsciously to envisage the world as just such a jungle. On the principle that the best defense is a good attack, these people are apt to lash out". On the other hand, when these basic needs are met at an early age, higher needs become equally important to healthy adults such as self esteem and self actualization , and these adults may actually have a higher capacity to forgo these basic needs in return for the strive towards higher needs.

More controversially, Maslow also mentions that certain drives sex drive, maternal instinct have long been gone, and what we consider a 'drive' simply stems from "hereditary reflexes, autogenous learning, and cultural learning in the motivated behavior and in the choice of goal objects". In relation to healthy mental states, Maslow describes both clinical and societal definitions. I thought his reasoning for why we have created a societal definition was interesting, being "an attempt to do what the formal religions have tried to do and failed to do, that is, to offer people an understanding of human nature in relationship to itself, to other people, to society in general, and to the world in general, a frame of reference in which they could understand when they ought to feel guilty and when they ought not to feel guilty".

Mar 11, Carme rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is an awesome book. I have just read a few pages but every page I read it made perfect sense. I don't have time now to read it but definitely will come back to read every single page. I feel like this is one of a kind book where pretty much it explains so much about its subject and other books are just its expanded versions. Jun 22, Roman Tsegelskyi rated it really liked it.

Awesome book. Especially liked the chapters about self actualization and love. May 21, Dessislava Arnaoudova rated it it was amazing. Incredible book!

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Mar 21, Ivan rated it really liked it. I was very motivated to read this in college! Oct 14, Shaikha Alshimmari rated it really liked it. Feb 19, Michael Kraitsberg rated it it was amazing. Got to read more about self-actualization. Jun 02, A Haiku Review rated it really liked it. Before you can love You need to eat, sleep, breathe First things first, my friend. Jan 22, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of the best books I've ever read.

Quick summary in relation to health in general. Maslow asserts that we have a fundamental need to 'self-actualise'. To strive towards and reach our fullest human potential.