Kurt Lewin's Analysis

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Using Kurt Lewin to “described the mental representations we form of the important elements in our lives and how we organize those cognitive elements within our “life space”” (413). Teddy’s behavior was “determined by complex interactions among a person’s internal psychological structure, the forces of the external environment, and the structural relationships between the person and the environment” (Friedman & Schustack 221). For example, when he arrives home to find his wife s all wet and no children’s around, later their dead bodies in the lake. Which lead him to kill her because at the moment the behavior occurred to him was focused internally on grief of his children being dead and wife who did not care what she did. This led him to create
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