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Andy, a high school sophomore, lacks self-discipline, fails to plan ahead, and is excessively anxious. He is quickly frustrated by challenging tasks and frequently becomes overly critical of others. Use the psychoanalytic, humanistic, and socialcognitive perspectives to give three contrasting explanantions of andy's behavior.

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    hes ego gets the best of him

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    Brent, PsyDAG is a punk, and the "WE" shows that they need a little psychological help (or they have a mouse in their pocket).

    The question has been typed in word for word, but you can help this person without destroying their initiative.

    Your homework answer should compare and contrast the three perspectives. You don't have to diagnose Andy, just use Andy to illustrate the different approaches.

    There is a Chapter 15 Power Point slide deck that does a nice job of comparing and contrasting these perspectives. I suggest you google it and refresh your knowledge of the lesson.

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