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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Human Blueprint Is Made Up of 'Drives' Wednesday Evening, Itecember 18, 1957. may emerge a sharp picture of what makes being tick. the healthy human Issue Ruling on NEW YORK (UP)-In drawing I thing larger than one;s self. 1 ' - . up a blueprint of the healthy, other is for recognition and ap-!Judges, ,. CldSS normal human being, Prof. Walter E. Barton of Boston University decided that all of us have the we have a following "drives" in our make- Such "needs" as those for food, sex, avoidance of pain, and rest- proyal. The wish to be appreci- INDIANAPOLIS up _ Indiana ~ SfUe=7 »^ Ed^ Steers ruled ups: We have a "drive for action" —we want to "do things, to make things happen." And we have a "drive for superiority" which, if you look closely, can be seen also in hens, apes and cows. Also there is a "drive for acquisition" — "people desire toi have something of their very own, just as there are collectors of ful relief from fatigue he put down as "standard reactions" although he specified that they were "complex" ones. Finally there is the "need" which is vegetative, For instance, the "need for oxygen requires no conscious effort on the part of the person: i to satisfy." : In the "complex standard reac- today that the mayor of Goshen and other fourth-class cities have the power to fill vacancies caused by the resignation or death of city judges. Steers ruled in anaswer to question by Governor Handley. Handley pointed out Hoosier governors in the last 12 years appointed city judges in Hammond, Richmond, Kokomo, Terre Haute, Anderson, Michigan City, Logans port, Bloomington and New Albany. Steers ruled that the governor appoints city judges in all but fourth-class cities because the post in more populous cities is an elective office. Read the Classified Ads territory and shining objects among birds." And a "drive for exploration," which is "a natural curiosity within all of us." Also a "drive for integrity." It is the "need to be a person, set apart from all others." Three more "drives" he classified as "subsidiary tendencies" we all have. The "drive for security" has no goal but is "based on the anticipation that situations may arise that would interfere •with the satisfaction of other needs." Drive Fulfills Expectations The "drive for orientation" is the "need to know where we stand." Finally there is the variation from person to person. But among the "drives" there are all kinds of variations—some persons have more of one or more "drives" than others. The "drives" represent "needs" which grow out of the experiences of the individual, Barton said. Blueprint for Mental Health His blueprint has a very practical use. He drew it up for the guidance of mental health scientists in meeting the "needs" of mental hospital patients. The doctors who treat those patients are always talking about the importance of meeting their needs, but there has been no clear statement of what the basic human needs "drive for integration," which are. heips us to fulfill ourselves. We; Dr. Barton, who is associate have "a need to do one's share; professor of psychiatry at Boston, in life or to live up to one's ex-' drew up his blueprint as a starter pectation of one's self." and it is being circulated in a Barton put down on his blue- technical journal of the American print, in addition to "drives," a Psychiatric Association. Other sci- series of "needs." One is a'enlists now will work on it point "need" to be "a part of some-1 by point, and from the discussion THERE'S NO EASIER OR FASTER WAY TO GET MONEY IN A HURRY. FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. loans Up to $500 G.A.C. 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