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Neurobiological Case Studies

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Neurobiological: Ms. B may be experiencing health problems, caused by the death of her father and the absence of her child, therefore the brain will produce some negative emotion, so  she cannot to concentrate on planning interesting lessons. The class is becoming unorganized.

Humanistic: when her father and child didn’t die, Mrs. B did not feel lonely because there were people who cared about her. Also, her family member made he more overwhelming feeling of loneliness because she feels that no one cares or loves her anymore. This feeling could cause her to become insecure, and also thought her students don’t like her anymore.

Psychodynamic: After two important figures in her life leave her she was in unconsciously of loneliness and isolation. These feelings make her brain affected her emotionally and also her work.

Behavioral: It caused Mrs. B to be emotionally upset and also caused Mrs. B to doubt herself and her ability to create the creative lessons for her students. Her motivation to strive and do well at her job disappeared.

Cognitive: Maybe cause of her loss of her father and son, her brain is telling her she is the only one in this family. The thoughts of being lonely might also cause depression.


Neurobiological: Barry’s brain could be losing sense of time.. He had a date, he forgot the time, he had a good job, turned it in late, and then the client withdrew, because without the work, he doesn’t need to memories other things

Humanistic: Because of his human nature, he might continue to forget about these types of things and later the memory loss might grow bigger.

Psychodynamic: After he forgot the time and showed up late in his date and turned in the work late,  These feelings make his brain affected her daily emotional and also her work.

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