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METHODS OF SATISFYING HUMAN NEEDS
DIRECT METHODS Meeting the need Obtaining satisfaction Hard workRealistic goals Situation evaluation Cooperation with others
Relieve tension created by unmet need Defense MechanismsINDIRECT METHODS Reduce need Relieve tension created by unmet need Defense Mechanisms
INDIRECT METHODS Defense mechanismsHelp a person deal with an unpleasant situation Provide methods for maintaining self- esteem and relieving discomfort Can be unhealthy if used all the time
RATIONALIZATION Using an ‘acceptable’ explanation for behavior in order to avoid the real reason or true motivation
PROJECTION Placing blame on someone else or on circumstances rather than accepting responsibility
DISPLACEMENT Transferring feelings about one person to someone else
COMPENSATION The substitution of one goal for another in order to achieve success
DAYDREAMING Provides a means of escape when a person is not satisfied with reality
REPRESSION The transfer of unacceptable or painful ideas, feelings into the unconscious mind. Individual is NOT aware that this is occurring.
SUPPRESSION Similar to repression but individual IS aware and refuses to deal with feelings
DENIAL Disbelief of an event or idea that is too frightening or shocking to cope with
WITHDRAWAL Cease to communicate or physically remove themselves from a situation
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