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C. G. Jung (1875 1961)

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  • 1. C. G. Jung (1875-1961) Grant Heller
  • 2. Life – Boyhood and Student Years (1875-1900)
  • 3. Life –The Scholar Physician: • First Period (1900-1907) • Second Period (1908-1912) • Master Period (1913-1946)
  • 4. Life • Retirement and Old Age (1947-1961)
  • 5. Theory • Differences with Freud
  • 6. The Structure of Personality • Psyche –Ego (the conscious mind) • Personal sense of identity –Personal Unconscious • Complexes –Collective Unconscious • Archetypes
  • 7. Complex
  • 8. Archetypes Self Portraits of the Instincts • Persona • Animus/Anima • Shadow • Self – Mandala – Individuation • Process rather than goal
  • 9. The Coincidence of Opposites
  • 10. Archetypes (cont.) • Hero • Mother • Wise old man • Trickster • Demon • Child-god • Outcast • Hermaphrodite
  • 11. The Dynamics of Personality • The Psyche: A relatively closed system • Psychic energy: Libido • Psychic values: measured by – Direct observation and deduction – Complex indicators – Emotional reactions – Intuition
  • 12. The Dynamics of Personality • Principle of equivalence • Principle of entropy • Progression and regression • Canalization of energy
  • 13. The Psyche: Psychological Types • 2 Attitudes – 1.) Extraversion – 2.) Introversion • 4 Functions – 1.) Thinking – 2.) Feeling – 3.) Sensation – 4.) Intuition
  • 14. Psychological Types • Extroversion / Introversion • Thinking / Feeling • Sensing / Intuiting
  • 15. Contributions – Extraversion / Introversion – Myers-Briggs Typology – Archetypes / Collective Unconscious – Complexes – Spirituality – Transpersonal Psychology – Indirect influence on A.A.
  • 16. References Engler, B. (2006). Analytical psychology. In B. Engler, Personality theories: An introduction (pp. 68-91). New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. Hall, C. S., & Lindzey, G. (1970). Jung's analytic theory. In C. S. Hall, G. Lindzey, & 2nd (Ed.), Theories of personality (pp. 78-116). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hall, C. S., & Nordby, V. J. (1973). A primer of Jungian psychology. New York: Mentor. Hampden-Turner, C. (1982). Maps of the mind: Charts and concepts of the mind and its labrynths. New York: Collier Books. Hopcke, R. H. (1999). A guided tour of the collected works of C. G. Jung. Boston: Shambala. Jung, C. G. (1974). Dreams. (R. F. Hull, Trans.) New York: MJF Books. Jung, C. G. (1971). The portable Jung. (J. Campbell, Ed., & R. F. Hull, Trans.) New York: The Viking Press. Jung, C. G., von Franz, M. L., Henderson, J. L., Jacobi, J., & Jaffe, A. (1964). Man and his symbols. New York: Dell.