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Transcript of Carl Jung
Influenced by Freud
Developed the concepts of extroverted and introverted personalities
Initially based on personal experience
Conscious & unconscious
Focused on archetypes, mythology, religion, philosophy & symbolism
Other findings include: 4 psychological functions
Validity and Credibility
Outline of Research
Introduction to Theories
Focused majority of his research on archetypes
Concepts of the extroverted and introverted personalities
Unconscious & conscious layers
4 psychological functions
Introvert & Extrovert
"The best possible expression of something essentially unknown"
"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed."
b. July 26, 1875 in Switzerland
Founder of the school of analytical psychology
Part of the collective unconscious
In forms of images, symbols and roles
Affect the way we experience events. They are not acquired.
Have no form
individuals who prefer the internal world of thoughts, feelings, fantasies & dreams
prefer the external world of socialization & events
Must be mixed, one more dominant
Development of the human personalities allowed others to evaluate their comfort zone and social habits
Had a lonley childhood, spent most of his time observing his family members
Before pursuing medicine, he studied zoology, archeology & biology
Worked under Sigmund Freud
Became good friends and had endless things to talk about
Later went their separate ways
Had common ideas but didn't agree with each other
Occurs when two related events take place
From Jung's idea about all humans being connected
The deeper we dream, the closer we get to our collective unconscious
The unconscious n never be brought into consciousness
New concepts cannot be added to Jung's theories. They are very precise
Theory of synchronicity is not credited to being a scientific finding
Many theories cannot be proved as there is a lack of evidence
Freud and Jung together
Archetypes are used in marketing, novels, stories and media
Jung's own dreams influenced his work
His theories were a reflection of his work
Practiced mostly at Burghölzli
By: Rachel Au,