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Which is NOT an explanation for why new approaches began to emerge in the 1950s and 1960s, challenging the dominance of the psychodynamic and behaviorist approach?
Neither behaviorism nor the psychodynamic approach takes into account individual growth or free will.
Neither offered a satisfying explanation for human behaviors during the Holocaust.
Behaviorists were criticized for not being scientific.
Computers and animal research offered new models and tools for investigating the mind that supported new interpretations.
Behaviorists' explanations for speech were too simple, and the psychodynamic approach could not explain it at all.