April 23, 2012
Arousal, Behavior, Stress, and Effect Worksheet
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Arousal, Behavior, Stress, and Affect Worksheet
Using the text for this course, the University Library, the Internet, or other resources answer the following questions. Your response to each question must be at least 250 words in length.
1.What are the differences between physiological and psychological needs? Provide examples of each in your response. According to Marketing MiMi. hu. (n.d.), physiological needs are the “innate human feelings of deprivation related to an individual’s well-being” (Para. 1). These are things such as air, food, heat, water, shelter, and the primary needs of the necessities of life and survival. These needs are greatest of concern for human life and will be the first needs of the individual that is satisfied. Marketing MiMi. hu. Psychological needs (n.d.) also sates the psychological needs are the “innate human feelings of deprivation related to an individual’s mental well-being” (Para.1). Individuals and psychologists value the following as crucial to happiness and health of humans. Needs such as acceptance, education, belonging, family, friendship, happiness, honesty, love, pride, reputation, respect, safety, security, self-esteem, success, trust, and self-actualization. Maslow would develop the hierarchy of needs in 1943. His pyramid would start at the bottom with physiological needs, then safety, love/belonging, esteem, and the tip would be self-actualization. The most basic of needs would show the representation at the base of the pyramid. The differences with physiological and psychological needs are obvious to humans. If people do not meet their physiological needs, the individual would not meet its requirement of survival. Basically, if physiological needs are not met, the individual’s body could not sustain life and...