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Carl Jung Theory
RHS 460


Carl Gustav Jung
Swiss psychiatrist.
July 26,1875 - June 6, 1961

the self

Is an archetype that represents the transcendence of all opposites, so that every aspect of your personality is expressed equally.
The self-realized person is actually less selfish.

Examples of Archetypes
Family Archetypes:
1-The Father – Stern, Powerful, Controlling
2-The Mother – Feeding, Nurturing, Soothing
3-The Child – Birth, Beginnings, Salvation

The functions types
-RATIONAL:
Thinking --Logical understanding
Feeling -Evaluation of an event (Good vs. Bad)

IRRATIONAL:
Sensing -Sensory perception.
Intuiting -Perception of underlying

THE THEORY
Jung’s theory divides the psyche into three parts;

Archetypes
-Are the contents of the collective unconscious
-an unlearned tendency to experience things in a certain way.
-Has no form of its own, but act as an “organizing principle” on the things we see or do.

THERAPY
Word Association Test
-method devised by Jung to reveal complexes by asking people to say whatever comes to mind when they hear a word.

-the connection and production of other words in response to a given word, done spontaneously as a game, creative technique, or in a psychiatric evaluation.

After taking his medical degree (1902), he worked on studies of mental illness.

Between 1907 and 1912 he was Sigmund Freud's close collaborator but he broke with Freud.

In the following years Jung founded the field of analytic psychology, a response to Freud's psychoanalysis. And considered to be the father of analytic psychology.

Ego
Which Jung identifies with the conscious mind.

The Personal Unconscious
Is like most people’s understanding of the unconscious in that it includes both memories that are easily brought to mind and those have been suppressed for some reason. But it does not include the instincts that Freud would have it include

The Collective Unconscious
You could call it your “psychic inheritance”. It is the reservoir of our experiences as a species, a kind of knowledge we are all born with. And yet we can never be directly conscious of it. It influences all of our experiences and behaviors, most especially the emotional ones, but we only know about it indirectly, by looking at those influences.

the shadow

It is the “dark side” of the ego
those part of the psyche that is rejected from consciousness by ego because they are inconsistent with one’s self- image
Example: Unacceptable sexual desires and aggression

The persona
Anima and animus
Rejecting qualities that are incompatible with identity.

-man’s inner feminine (anima)
-woman’s inner masculine (animus)

Man possessed by Anima is moody and emotional,Woman possessed by animus is opinionated and power hungry

Other archetypes
Jung said that there is no fixed number of archetypes which we could simply list and memorize.

Story Archetypes
1-The Hero – Rescuer, Champion
2-The Maiden – Purity, Desire
3-The Wise Old Man – Knowledge, Guidance
4-The Magician – Mysterious and Powerful
5-The Witch or Sorceress – Dangerous
6-The Trickster – Deceiving and Hidden

Animal Archetypes
1-The Faithful Dog – Unquestioning Loyalty
2-The Enduring Horse – Never Giving Up
3-The Devious Cat – Self Serving

There are also 2 ATTITUDES:

1-Introversion, oriented toward the internal world.

2-Extraversion, oriented toward the external world.

4 FUNCTIONS X 2 ATTITUDES = 8 ADULT PERSONALITY TYPES:

1-EXTRAVERTED THINKING
2-INTROVERTED THINKING
3-EXTRAVERTED FEELING
4-INTROVERTED FEELING
5-EXTRAVERTED SENSING
6-INTROVERTED SENSING
7-EXTRAVERTED INTUITING
8-INTROVERTED INTUITING

Dreams


“A dream uninterpreted, is like an unopened letter from the unconscious.”
C. G. Jung

SOME CURRENT APPLICATIONS OF CARL JUNG'S THEORY
1-The Myers-Briggs temperament test goes back to Jung. it is frequently and currently used.

2-The True Colors personality theory and test derives by Jungian kind of typing.

Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Represents your public image.

Thank you for listening
Done by: Manar Al-ruwaili
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