Psychological analysis of post-80s and -90s forced to the bottom of Maslow's pyramid in the pandemic

Born in the wave of reform and opening up, the post-80s and the Internet aborigines grew up in the era of economic prosperity, and most of them do not think about basic survival and security needs. The June 2020 study also showed the Chinese people's high level of trust in my country's response to the epidemic. But especially the "super-long standby" home blockade in Shanghai that started in March, these two generations have experienced the trough of their lives so far, and their priority of needs will change greatly since then.

Maslow pointed out in 1943 that people need motivation to achieve certain needs, and some needs take precedence over others. He pointed out: "The lower the level, the greater the strength and the greater the potential. As the level of need rises, the...

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