10-16 BASIC DESIRES SIMULATION

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ABOUT 10-16 BASIC DESIRES SIMULATION

The 16 Basic Desires Theory is a theory of motivation proposed by Steven Reiss, Psychology and Psychiatry professor emeritus at the Ohio State University in Ohio, USA. The concept for this theory originated from the time when Reiss was hospitalized during the 90s. As he was being treated in the hospital, he was able to observe the devotion and hard work of the nurses who took care of him. As he saw how the nurses loved their work, he began to ask himself questions about what gives happiness to a person.

From the questions “What makes a person happy?”, “What makes another person happy?” and ‘What makes me happy?”, Professor Reiss started to search for answer to these questions in the field of motivational research. He found out that there was little emphasis and no analytical models for the structure of human desires. Following his recovery, he commenced his own series of studies about human desires. In his vigorous research, he found out that there are 16 essential needs and values he called “basic desires”, all of which are drives that motivate all humans.

After conducting studies that involved more than 6,000 people, Professor Reiss came up with these 16 basic desires:

1.Acceptance – the need to be appreciated

2.Curiosity, the need to gain knowledge

3.Eating, the need for food

4.Family, the need to take care of one’s offspring

5.Honor, the need to be faithful to the customary values of an individual’s ethnic group, family or clan

6.Idealism, the need for social justice

7.Independence, the need to be distinct and self-reliant

8.Order, the need for prepared, established, and conventional environments

9.Physical activity, the need for work out of the body

10.Power, the need for control of will

11.Romance, the need for mating or sex

12.Saving, the need to accumulate something

13.Social contact, the need for relationship with others

14.Social status, the need for social significance

15.Tranquility, the need to be secure and protected

16.Vengeance, the need to strike back against another person

 

Source : explorable.com

System Requirements
Minimum:
  • OS:

    Windows 10 64 Bit, Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Win 7 64 Bit

  • Processor:

    Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz (4 CPUs)

  • Memory:

    4 GB Ram

  • Graphics:

    NVIDIA 9800 GT 1GB / AMD HD 4870 1GB (DX 10, 10.1, 11)

  • Storage:

    72 GB available space

  • Sound Card:

    100% DirectX 10 compatible

Recommended:
  • OS:

    Windows 10 64 Bit, Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Win 7 64 Bit Service Pack 1

  • Processor:

    Intel Core i5 3470 @ 3.2GHz (4 CPUs) / AMD X8 FX-8350 @ 4GHz (8 CPUs)

  • Memory:

    8 GB RAM

  • Graphics:

    NVIDIA GTX 660 2GB / AMD HD 7870 2GB

  • Storage:

    72 GB available space

  • Sound Card:

    100% DirectX 10 compatible

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  • OS:

    MacOS X 10.8.5

  • Processor:

    Intel Core i5 2.4 GHz

  • Memory:

    8 GB RAM

  • Graphics:

    NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M

  • Network:

    Broadband Internet connection

  • Storage:

    7 GB available space

Recommended:
  • OS:

    MacOS X 10.8.5 or Newer

  • Processor:

    Intel Core i7 2.4 GHz+

  • Memory:

    8 GB RAM

  • Graphics:

    OpenGL 4.1 - ATI Radeon HD 5670, NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M

  • Network:

    Broadband Internet connection

  • Storage:

    7 GB available space

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The 16 Basic Desires Theory is a theory of motivation proposed by Steven Reiss, Psychology and Psychiatry professor emeritus at the Ohio State University in Ohio, USA. The concept for this theory originated from the time when Reiss was hospitalized during the 90s. As he was being treated in the hospital, he was able to observe the devotion and hard work of the nurses who took care of him. As he saw how the nurses loved their work, he began to ask himself questions about what gives happiness to a person.

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