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In what stage of development is Michael in and what factors about this stage might be impacting his perspective of this situation?

  • psy -

    Why did you post this question?

    Obviously only people who are taking your class have any idea about Michael and his current stage.

    The Jiskha Homework Help Forum has no connection with Axia or any other school.

  • psy -

    What is Micheal's behavior?

    Whose stages are you using? Piaget? Erikson?

    Consult your textbook and/or Google using the information you have, or repost your question in more exact terms.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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