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Carl Jung: Extending the Unconscious

By: Gina D'Incau and Morgan Dufer
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Morgan Dufer

on 19 March 2013

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Transcript of Carl Jung: Extending the Unconscious

Archetypes Personal Unconscious Collective Unconscious Carl Jung: Extending the Unconscious By: Morgan Dufer and Gina D'Incau Extraversion Introversion Jung's Opposing Tendencies in Personality Principle of Opposites Archetypes - The ancient memory images in the collective unconscious. Archetypes appear and reappear in art, literature, and folktales around the world. Personal Unconscious - Jung's term for that portion of the unconscious corresponding roughly to the Freudian id. Collective Unconscious - Jung's addition to the unconscious, involving a reservoir for instinctive "memories," including the archetypes, which exist in all people. Extraversion- The Jungian personality dimension involving turning one's attention outward, toward others. Conscious - Unconscious
Extravert - Introvert
Rational - Irrational
Thinking - Feeling
Intuition - Sensation
Good - Bad
Masculine - Feminine Jung's principle of opposites portrays each personality as a balance between opposing pairs of tendencies or dispositions Personality Type Personality Type - the overall pattern of tendencies
Jung believed personality types to be a stable and enduring aspect of the individual's personality Archetypes: Animus - male side of our personality
Anima - female side of our personality
Shadow (archetype) - the destructive and aggressive tendencies we don't want to acknowledge in our personalities Thinking Feeling The Jungian dimension that focuses on inner experience - one's own thoughts and feelings - making the introvert less outgoing and sociable than the extravert. Rational Irrational Intuition Sensation Uses hunches, sees possibilities, and goes beyond the facts Tells you what exists; detects something's presence but does not evaluate Categorizes objects and gives things names.
Defines alternatively, and reasons objectively Evaluates objects Makes judgements by using reason and logic Goes beyond reason and logic and makes a direct link to the external world Myer-Briggs Personality Type
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