Behaviourism Vs Psychodynamic Approach

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Introduction Throughout the history of concepts such as behaviourism and the psychodynamic approach, there are many similarities yet there is also a variety of underlying differences between both approaches. The writer will compare and contrast these methods of investigation. By juxtaposing events, an in depth analysis will be analysed to further ones knowledge of each approach. Behaviourism Behaviour is something which all individual’s uniquely have, each individual’s behaviour is different, whether it is how they act out or feel in certain situations. According to oxford online dictionary, Behaviourism is defined as ‘The theory that human and animal behaviour can be explained in terms of conditioning, without appeal to thoughts or feelings,
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