Identify the psychodynamic theory you chose and briefly describe the study that included the theory. Then, explain how the psychodynamic theory was incorporated in the study. Be sure to include whether the research supported the theory, further informed theory, or did not support the theory.
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Chapter 8, “Psychopathology” Reading 8.2: “You’re Getting Defensive Again!”
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