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It may be difficult to sooth a crying baby who needs to be fed and changed with Cuddling and toys. The strength of the physical needs in this situation support:
a.secondary drive approach theory
b.the incentive approach to motivation
c.Maslow’s hierarch of needs
d.The level of arousal approach to
motivation

I think its either B or D?

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