Do you need to include Little Hans in the psychodynamic approach to psychopathology?

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Can you get full marks without including the study?

Posted Tue 24th December, 2013 @ 23:53 by Haniii

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I'm sorry to not be of much help but I haven't learnt about that yet! But I'd say unless it's the main study for psyhodynamic approach to psychopathology then you wouldn't Need to include it, but if it's important then I would like you would need to at least mention it :) Hope that's of some help? :)

Answered Wed 25th December, 2013 @ 22:24 by Lucy :)
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it depends on what vother examples you have. i personally remember writing a similar essay and i never wrote about it and did well in the essay, i think i used different examples/studies. i have heard of this case study but we only ever mentioned it in class and never made any notes on it.

Answered Mon 6th January, 2014 @ 06:46 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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This answer might be a bit late but when I studied the psychodynamic approach Little Hans was one of the studies we focussed on so I would probably mention him briefly when writing my 12marker possibly as an evaluation point; I wouldn't devote half of my essay to writing about him.

But I didnt really study any other case stuies for this approach thats why I probably will mention him.

Hope this helps

:)

Answered Fri 16th May, 2014 @ 11:09 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR