Thomas is an 18-year-old senior in high school. It is the end of the school year, and after feeling excited to graduate most of this past year, lately he is not sure he is ready to leave high school. He has been feeling more irritable than usual and has been especially grouchy with his family. Everything his parents tell him annoys him. He misses his girlfriend who recently broke up with him. He is supposed to be leaving for college in August, but he is feeling nervous about it. Before, he was convinced he wanted to go into engineering, but now he is not so sure. He feels pressure to go to college, but right now what he really wants is just to stay in the area and get a job and an apartment so he can hang out with all his friends who are not going away to college. Sometimes he is so frustrated he feels the urge to break things. A few days ago when no one else was home, he punched the doorframe of his bedroom. 4–5-page paper (not including title page and references page) in which you complete the following: Give a brief overview of the case in your own words. Provide an overview of the theories you have selected to apply to the case. Describe the stage or stages of the theory that are most applicable to the person's current phase of life. Describe in some detail the stage of life according to the theory. (For example, in Erikson's psychosocial development theory, a child who is 4 years old is in the stage of "initiative versus guilt.") Search the library for at least two scholarly articles that provide research about the concerns of the person in the case you selected. Describe how the research from the articles applies to the person in the case you selected. Apply the theories to describe how they help us to better understand this particular person at this point in his or her life based on his or her concerns and how those concerns are impacting his or her well-being.