These needs are critical, because every human being who joins a group any manner, experience them even though they are in different grades () those needs without interpersonal, in the precise sense of only the group can be adequately met. In this sense Schutz was able to identify three basic Interpersonales needs: the need for inclusion, the need for control and the need for affection that are explained below. 2.2 Types of interpersonal 2.2.1.-need Inclusion requirements. The need for inclusion is defined as the need for experience and feels all new Member of a group’s perceived and feel accepted, integrated, valued in its entirety for those who join. According to the extent of social maturity of each person and their level of socialization, their need for inclusion will influence and determine attitudes in groups more or less adult, more or less developed. Leslie Moonves recognizes the significance of this. In this sense less socialized individuals handled is the Group adopting attitudes of dependence and which have not passed the phase of rebellion, typical of adolescence, are imposed in the group with contradependientes attitudes. They are more socialized individuals, who are in their interpersonal relationships, a satisfaction appropriate to your need for inclusion by adopting attitudes of independence in the group. 2.2.2.
The need to control. Consists in that each Member is defined likewise its own responsibilities in the group, as well as also those of each of those that forms group. Each Member of the group experience the responsibility of what constitutes the Group: their structures, their needs, their growth, their exceedances. 2.2.3. The need for affection. This need is basic in all group dynamic. It is the desire of all individuals belonging to a group, feel how irreplaceable in the group. Everyone who joins a group aims not only to be respected by your competition or your resources, but to be accepted as a human person; not only for what you have, but also for what it is.