psychological perspectives

Purpose: Select 3 psychological perspectives to explain the behavior presented in the selected case study.

Guidelines: The paper must meet the following criteria:

The paper should be 3-4 pages, double-spaced, and typed with 12 point font. This page requirement does not include the title or reference page (The 3-4 page limit does not include your title page or reference page).

Page 1 Title page
Pages 2-4/5 Perspective analysis, the best organization is the following format:
1. Introduced the case study you selected.

2.Present Psychological Perspective # 1 as an explanation for the behavior in the case study.

3. Present Psychological Perspective # 2 as an explanation for the behavior presented in the case study.

4. Present Psychological Perspective # 3 as an explanation for the behavior in the case study.

5. Conclude the paper. You may include a line here about a possible diagnosis. If you feel as though you must diagnosis the patient in  the case study, this should be 1-2 lines presented in the conclusion.

This paper IS NOT a diagnosis of the clients behavior.
All papers must be typed and double-spaced with 1 inch margins all the way around your paper.

Emailed papers will not be accepted.

You must have at least 2 scholarly references. Your text may count as a reference. You must use APA style (NOT MLA).

Your references must be listed in APA format. Please see the following website for APA format:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/ (Links to an external site.)

*Do not use popular magazines like Time or Newseek Im looking for psychological sources.

*If you use website please make sure the sites are reputable. Do not use Wikipedia, or ask.com as a source. Please use site  with the edu or org ending to the website.

*You may use books or scholarly articles; use as many as you like.

*Be sure you give proper citations for all your work.

Case Study Martin Martin is a 21 year-old business major at a large university. Over the past few weeks his family and friends have noticed increasingly bizarre behaviors. His bizarre episodes began in high school, but his parents chalked his behavior up to puberty.  On many occasions his family overheard him whispering in an agitated voice, even though there is no one nearby. Lately, he has refused to answer or make calls on his cell phone, claiming that if he does it will activate a deadly chip that was implanted in his brain by evil aliens.His parents have tried to get him to go with them to a psychiatrist for an evaluation, but he refuses. He has accused them on several occasions of conspiring with the aliens to have him killed so they can remove his brain and put it inside one of their own. He has stopped attended classes altogether. He is now so far behind in his coursework that he will fail if something doesnt change very soon.Although Martin occasionally has a few beers with his friends. He has a long history of abusing marijuana, his parents have allowed this behavior because the marijuana appears to calm his behavior at times. He does, however, have an estranged aunt who has been in and out of psychiatric hospitals over the years due to erratic and bizarre