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    I have a 16 mark question to answer; "Discuss the pyschodynamic approach. Refer to at least two other approaches in your answer"
    I don't know which approaches would be best to use to link to it , so any help on this would be great.
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    (Original post by katieanna99)
    I have a 16 mark question to answer; "Discuss the pyschodynamic approach. Refer to at least two other approaches in your answer"
    I don't know which approaches would be best to use to link to it , so any help on this would be great.
    Biological as it's the most scientific (so in contrast) approach plus there has been speculation as to where the parts of the unconscious mind are located in terms of brain structure. Possibly the humanistic approach as it is also subjective but contrasts in that it's "positive" wherereas Freud is rather pessimistic.
 
 
 
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