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janes story After reading Jane’s story the four basic goals of psychology are answered as followed. The different behaviors that I can describe that have occurred is that Jane had an abusive child hood and now as an adult she continues to have the same issues now that she is married. She is starting to have this problem because in her past her relationship with her father was confusing for her. She learned to associate love with fear and no matter how hard she tried she would always fail. As she grew older she started to see how wrong her father was. She learned that she can use guilt and fear to make her father give her what she wants. In the future I predict that she will continue to be abused by her husband and eventually with become the abuser once she has her child. Also she can become a very materialistic person and just learn to take the abuse in order to get the things that she wants. Jane needs to go through some therapy so that she can realize that’s not the way to be treated and that she should not associate love with fear and abuse. She should set a goal like maybe getting a job to get the things that she wants and be able to provide for her child. Jane also needs to go to couples therapy so that her husband can take some classes in anger management and realize that putting his hands on her is not healthy. Although anger is healthy he needs to learn to put that anger in some sort of hobby or sport. One of the modern perspectives that would address the behaviors found in this case study is biological. This study can emphasize her personality, memory, and emotions. By being abused her personality might be a push over or someone that is very quiet an easily influenced. Her memory is the key problem here. All she remembers is being abused and then later on getting whatever she wanted. That’s why now she might think that it’s ok and she continues to confuse fear with love. Another perspective would be psychodynamic. This one

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