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Bio-Psychological constants

Bio-Psychological constants means Marvin Harris’s four predispositions or drives that are shared by all humans. While the needs are universal the ways in which a sociocultural system satisfies these needs vary widely: 1) the need for food, generally opting for more calories and proteins; 2) the need for conserving human energy; 3) the need for love and affection; and 4) the need for sexual expression.

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