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We cannot identify all physiological needs as homeostatic. That sexual desire,
sleepiness, sheer activity, and maternal behavior in animals are homeostatic has
not yet been demonstrated. Furthermore, this list would not include the various ...
First, rats have few motivations other than physiological ones, and since so much
of the research upon motivation has been made with these animals, it is easy to
carry the rat picture over to the human being. Second, it is too often not realized ...
The physiological needs, along with their partial goals, when chronically gratified
cease to exist as active determinants or organizers of behavior. They now exist
only in a potential fashion in the sense that they may emerge again to dominate ...
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Rated: C+ This book is one of his classics. Not a primer for beginners but an advanced work for his colleagues. Good to ready directly about his understanding of the hierarchy of needs and self ... Read full review
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Better than every self-help book at which I've ever looked, but, after the first Part, still not great. To warrant its thesis it relies upon claims developed less than rigorously, where it doesn't ... Read full review