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CAFS Resource Management - Preliminary Dot Point

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This document covers the resource management dot point of the preliminary course. It covers all aspects of wellbeing, needs and wants, Maslow's Hierarchy and all the key terms for end of preliminary examinations.

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Psychology Economy Motivational theories Emotions Happiness Philosophy of love Pleasure Positive mental attitude Need Motivation Resource Goal
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Psychology Economy Motivational theories Emotions Happiness Philosophy of love Pleasure Positive mental attitude Need Motivation Resource Goal
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Needs and Wants: Needs are the things that are required for survival. For example, Water, food and shelter. Whereas wants are things we desire to have but are not necessarily required for survival or being essential for life such as television. Classifications of needs: Primary & Secondary needs: Primary: The are biological and physical needs that is necessary for life to exist. Are the most important need in life & they are essential, They include: Food, Clothing & shelter. Spiritual - this relates to a person's sense of moral, values and beliefs. A high level of spiritual well being means that the individual is able to develop their own sense of the world, without being influenced by society. Secondary: Aren’t essential in life, they include: Love, Respect, Safet...
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