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Carl Jung

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Lila Nguyen

on 16 May 2013

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Carl Jung Founder of analytical psychology Carl's theories and contributions Sources: Archetypes Education His theory... About Carl Jung -Jung believed that in order for a person to reach his or her full potential, psyche must be balanced.

-conscious and unconscious mind must be balanced to form psyche

-believed that archetypes were models of people, behaviors, and personalities
-unconscious contains images derived from early ancestor's experiences http://www.templeilluminatus.com/group/carljung/page/books-videos-resources-related-to-carl-jung

McGraw-Hill Ryerson Social Science textbook -in 1895, Jung studied medicine at the University of Basel
-Jung was once a student of Freud's
-disagreed with his teacher's key issues--mainly the influence of sexuality on human behavior. Also known as "Jungian psychology -Swiss psychotherapist and psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology -born:26 July 1875 (Kesswil, Switzerland )

-died: 6 June 1961 (Kesswil, Switzerland ) -Main developments/theories

-extroverted and the introverted personality
-personal+collective unconscious Collective Unconscious Archetypes are universal symbols that tend to reappear over time. It is determined on:

models of people
personalities of the collective unconscious.

Jung believed that we were born with these archetypes as our collective unconscious contains images derived from our early ancestors' experiences. The methods Jung used were similar to Freud's. He felt that examining past experiences were useful in understanding the unconscious self. His techniques were during therapy sessions. He had clients produce creative projects, such as paintings in order to make them use their imagination. The goal was to exert as little influence as possible on mental images as they flowed. He believed these methods allowed the unconscious mind to express itself. -term of analytical psychology, coined by Carl Jung
-it is proposed to be a part of the unconscious mind, expressed in humanity and all life forms with nervous systems+describes how structure of psyche organizes experiences
- personal unconscious: is a personal reservoir of experience unique to each individual
-collecive unconscious: part of the unconscious mind that is derived from ancestral memory and experience
-emphasized the understanding of psyche through the exploration of dreams, art, mythology, religion, and philosphy. Collective unconscious His methods... -human personality theory
-first popularized by Jung
-extraversion tends to be manifested in outgoing, talkative, energetic behavior
-introversion is manifested in more reserved, and solitary behavior Extraversion and Introversion
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