D.I.N.O.S.A.U.R

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Deterministic - Doesn't account for free will we don't have control over any of our actions.
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Idiographic - focuses on individual cases and appreciates all the differences in each case.
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Nature vs. Nurture - Determines whether a particular approach is purely genetics or upbringing. In the middle of nature/nurture is interactionist.
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Other Approaches - Make comparisons between approaches for strong evaluation
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Scientific - Try and choose the most scientific way (scientific is better, although may be unethical)
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Applications - Is the information from the approaches useful in the real world? Talk about therapies.
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Uniqueness to Approach - If there is something unique to one approach that is a strength
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Reductionism - Looks at all of the small components that go into the bigger picture. Opposite of this is holism ( looks at the bigger picture )
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Idiographic - focuses on individual cases and appreciates all the differences in each case.

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Nature vs. Nurture - Determines whether a particular approach is purely genetics or upbringing. In the middle of nature/nurture is interactionist.

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Other Approaches - Make comparisons between approaches for strong evaluation

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Scientific - Try and choose the most scientific way (scientific is better, although may be unethical)

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