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A Case Study: Jane

Jane was a young girl who is unaware that her father actions where wrong. Jane’s father caused her to believe that what he’s done can be done by any man. Jane’s Case Study has, the four goals of psychology, and modern perspectives of psychology.

A Case Study: Jane Describe (tell what occurred): When Jane was just a young girl her father beaten her for being naughty. Later on in life Jane married, in the first 3 years of her marriage her husband was abusing her. Explain (tells why it occurred): Jane didn’t know why she was being beaten when she was younger because her father has failed to explain to her the reason of her being beaten. Jane’s husband first 3 years of abusing Jane was because he felt that she was challenging him. Predict (what condition is the behavior/event likely to occur): The behavior is likely to occur when Jane’s father claims she is being naughty. Jane’s husband only beats her when Jane is challenging him. Change (what change in condition is necessary to prevent unwanted occurrence, or the outcome): Jane learned she has associated her love with fear and no matter how hard she tries she feels she fails. Adulthood she realized her father was wrong so she used guilt and fear to get what she wanted from her father. Jane’s husband feels guilty and begs for forgiveness then takes Jane shopping.
A Case Study: Cognitive, (Examines how we process, store, and use information and how this information influences our perceptions, beliefs, and feelings): Jane has processed and store that it was ok to be abused when she was younger and as she got older. Behavioral, (Looks at how new behaviors are learned and modified through environmental rewards or punishment): As Jane grew older she realized her father was wrong and she uses guilt and fear to make her father give her what she want.…...

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