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Review briefly Alfred Adler and his theory of fictional finalism and self image. Include references in the solution.

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As you assess Adler's theory of fictional finalism, he sees goals as eminent but changing as in "Every psychological activity shows that its direction is governed by a predetermined goal. However, soon after a child's psychological development starts, all these tentative, individually recognizable goals, come under the dominance of the fictitious goal, a finale that is regarded as firmly established" ...

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