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The most used method in the psychoanalytic approach to understand behavior is:
The most used method in the psychoanalytic approach to understand behavior is: observation.
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User: Match the best answers (Points : 16) Potential Matches: 1 : looks for environmental determinants of behavior 2 : looks for genetic reasons for behavior 3 : believes that how we think is how we feel 4 : tries to understand the behaviors of people from other countries 5 : believes that we strive for self actualization 6 : tries to break behavior into elements 7 : heavily influenced by the theory of evolution 8 : interested in the unconscious and childhood Answer : Psychoanalytic : Humanism : Neurobiological : Behaviorism : Functionalism : Structuralism : Social-Cultural : Cognitive

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