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MOTIVATION: The Human Behavioural Model – Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (QUIZ – 1)

This quiz enhances your knowledge of the important Behavioural Model and world-famous Theory of Motivation, known as: Professor Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs”. Do enjoy the quiz; and leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Good luck.

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  • Question of

    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a Behavioural Motivation Model used daily by people; when they are communicating, motivating, empowering, working and interacting with each other.

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Professor Maslow grouped all human behavioural motivations and needs, into levels (or groups) of varying importance; known as: “The Hierarchy of Needs”.

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    How many Levels of Behavioural Motivations are there in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs?

    • Ten Levels
    • Eight Levels
    • Five Levels
    • Three Levels
  • Question of

    The First Level in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs covers the most important needs and the most basic needs which every human being requires. What are the 1st Level Needs called?

    • Personal needs
    • Physiological needs
    • Safety needs
    • Social needs
  • Question of

    The Second Level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs covers the next most important needs which every human being wants to have. What are the 2nd Level Needs called?

    • Safety or Security needs
    • Self-Actualisation or Transcendental needs
    • Social Belonging or Family needs
    • Personal or Self-Esteem needs
  • Question of

    In Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs: Which one of the following human needs, is not classified; as one of our Physiological Needs?

    • The need for food and water
    • The need for health and fitness
    • The need for reproduction
    • The need for sleep
  • Question of

    The Third Level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs cover another range of important needs which every human being desires to be fulfilled. What are these 3rd Level Needs called?

    • Self-Actualisation or Transcendental needs
    • Social Belonging or Family needs
    • Personal or Self-Esteem needs
    • Physiological or Survival needs
  • Question of

    In the Hierarchy of Human Needs: Which one of the following human needs, is not classified; as one of our Safety or Security Needs?

    • The need for health and fitness
    • The need for shelter
    • The need for happiness
    • The need for physical safety and protection
  • Question of

    In the Hierarchy of Human Needs: Which one of the following human needs, is not classified; as one of our Social Needs?

    • The need for esteem and status
    • The need for friendship
    • The need for fun
    • The need for love
  • Question of

    In the Hierarchy of Human Needs: Which one of the following human needs, is not classified; as one of our Personal or Self-Esteem Needs?

    • The need for achievement and self-esteem
    • The need for freedom
    • The need for happiness and fun
    • The need for reproduction
  • Question of

    The Fourth Level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs include the lesser important needs which humans desire. What are these 4th Level Needs called?

    • Safety or Security needs
    • Social Belonging or Family needs
    • Personal or Self-Esteem needs
    • Self-Actualisation or Transcendental needs
  • Question of

    The Fifth Level of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs include the least important needs which humans desire. What are these 5th Level Needs called?

    • Safety or Security needs
    • Social Belonging or Family needs
    • Personal or Self-Esteem needs
    • Self-Actualisation or Transcendental needs

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