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Freud, Adler and Jung

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Eneida Parrilla

on 28 February 2014

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Transcript of Freud, Adler and Jung

Sigmund Freud
Compare & Contrast
Alfred Adler
Image by Tom Mooring
Compare and Contrast:
Freud, Adler and Jung

Carl Jung
- Father of Psychoanalysis
- Three levels of mind
- Three levels of personality
- Psychosexual development
Tries to understand human nature, motivation, behavior, development and experience

It is a method of treatment for psychological problems and difficulties in living a successful life.
- Father of Individual Psychology
- Inferiority and superiority complex
- Theory of Birth Order
- Influence in the creation of AA
- Father of Analytic Psychology
- Theory of psychological types and the unconscious
Analytical psychology views a
person's beliefs and behaviors as the result of conscious and unconscious beliefs
It tries to see individual lives as a whole and regards each single reaction, each movement and impulse as an articulated part of an individual attitude toward life
Unconscious Mind
Freud - id, ego, superego
Adler- Based on the birth order
Jung - Personality types based
on thinking, intuition, sensation and feeling
All of them believed in the analysis of
dreams in order to understand the
Freud - Unconscious filled with negative thoughts
Adler - If a person dreams a lot, it means that he has many problems
Jung - Solve the problems in the unconscious in order to find success and happiness in the conscious world
Adler - A motivation, made humans more perfect
Freud - Infantile neurosis, doesn't allow us to reach our full potential
Jung - Natural human need, generated harmony to the soul
Thank you!
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