A Theory of Metamotivation : the Biological Rooting of the Value-Life

@article{Maslow1967ATO,
  title={A Theory of Metamotivation : the Biological Rooting of the Value-Life},
  author={A. H. Maslow},
  journal={Journal of Humanistic Psychology},
  year={1967},
  volume={7},
  pages={127 - 93}
}
  • A. H. Maslow
  • Published 1967
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Humanistic Psychology
  • BY definition, self-actualizing people are gratified in all their basic needs (of belongingness, affection, respect, and self-esteem). This is to say that they have a feeling of belongingness and rootedness, they are satisfied in their love needs, have friends and feel loved and loveworthy, they have status and place in life and respect from other people, and they have a reasonable feeling of worth and self-respect. If we phrase this negativelyin terms of the frustration of these basic needs… CONTINUE READING
    200 Citations

    Tables from this paper.

    Self-Actualization in the Latino/Hispanic Culture
    Maslow and the motivation hierarchy: measuring satisfaction of the needs.
    • 149
    • PDF
    Hardiness: An Operationalization of Existential Courage
    • 196
    • PDF
    Spiritual Psychology and Psychotherapy: Is There Theoretical and Empirical Support?
    • G. Steinfeld
    • Psychology
    • Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
    • 2004
    • 6
    The Experienced Self and Other Scale: A technique for assaying the experience of one's self in relation to the other.
    • 4
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 50 REFERENCES
    The Growth-Experience and the Growth-Centered Attitude
    • A. Sutich
    • Psychology, Medicine
    • The Journal of psychology
    • 1949
    • 7
    Self-Transcendence as a Human Phenomenon
    • 182
    Toward a Psychology of Being
    • 5,936
    • PDF
    Eupsychia—The Good Society1
    • 34
    The philosophy of loyalty
    • 232
    Religions, Values, and Peak Experiences
    • 1,178
    • PDF
    What is Man?
    • 80
    Notes on Being-Psychology
    • 36
    Comments on Dr. Frankl's Paper
    • 40
    New Ways in Psychoanalysis
    • 420
    • PDF