Maslow vs. May

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Individual Differences Mind Map on Maslow vs. May, created by MeganBrianna on 05/02/2013.
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Maslow vs. May
1 1954
2 Theory
2.1 Hierarchy of Needs:
2.1.1 Physiological
2.1.1.1 Safety
2.1.1.1.1 Belongingness/Love
2.1.1.1.1.1 Esteem
2.1.1.1.1.1.1 Self-Actualisation
2.2 List of those who were Self-Actualised (but very subjective)
2.3 Shostrom: Personal Orientation Scale - inner directedness & time competence
2.4 Positive view of humans
3 1953
4 Theory
4.1 Existential awareness of our existance
4.2 Anxiety comes from threat to our existance
4.3 Love is key - Types:
4.3.1 Sex
4.3.1.1 Eros
4.3.1.1.1 Philia
4.3.1.1.1.1 Agape
4.4 Links to Fromm and Lee
5 Compare
5.1 Positives of human nature
5.2 Created own ideas
5.3 Little objective research support
5.4 About fulfilling ones potential
6 Contrast
6.1 Maslow = Focus on Self-Actualisation, May = Focus on Love
6.2 Maslow = Current needs, May = Existentially believed needs
6.3 Maslow = Personal Orientation Scale, May = No measures
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