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In the Tutor2U topic companion it talks about how the evidence for the existence of Maslow’s hierarchy thin which is expected from an approach that disputes the validity of empirical research and how there's some validation provided by clinical data, with some surprising confirmation from the realm of management studies (Maslow, 1965; Rogers and Roethlisberger, 1982).

Can anyone explain this in simple terms please?And what is the realm of management studies?
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In the Tutor2U topic companion it talks about how the evidence for the existence of Maslow’s hierarchy thin which is expected from an approach that disputes the validity of empirical research and how there's some validation provided by clinical data, with some surprising confirmation from the realm of management studies (Maslow, 1965; Rogers and Roethlisberger, 1982).

Can anyone explain this in simple terms please?And what is the realm of management studies?
I think there are exam questions and mark schemes out there on evaluating the different approaches (definitely recommend finding them as they're literally what examiners are looking for)
but how I understand it:
- there's not a lot of evidence for the hierarchy as it's all abstract and personal/individual (which was expected due to that being its nature)
- not a lot of empirical evidence as it focusses on qualitative methods like diaries rather than scientific methodology. the clinical data bit - it must have worked/been successful for some people so there's evidence it works
- realm is like a field or area eg the field of psychology. management studies I think like is like organising people based off their strengths and managing their personal resources. getting people to work together to get the outcome you want by using their resources well.
hope that helped?
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I think there are exam questions and mark schemes out there on evaluating the different approaches (definitely recommend finding them as they're literally what examiners are looking for)
but how I understand it:
- there's not a lot of evidence for the hierarchy as it's all abstract and personal/individual (which was expected due to that being its nature)
- not a lot of empirical evidence as it focusses on qualitative methods like diaries rather than scientific methodology. the clinical data bit - it must have worked/been successful for some people so there's evidence it works
- realm is like a field or area eg the field of psychology. management studies I think like is like organising people based off their strengths and managing their personal resources. getting people to work together to get the outcome you want by using their resources well.
hope that helped?
ty! I can't believe I paid sm for something I can't even understand lmao
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ty! I can't believe I paid sm for something I can't even understand lmao
that's why I avoided paying for stuff like that - I used to use "simply psychology" and YouTube bc they were both free lol. and I went through all of the past papers - AS and A Level. good luck with exams!
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