PSYCH 2B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Extraversion And Introversion, Midlife Crisis, Middle Ages

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Individuation
Come to gradually uncover/discover/identify various complexes we
have
Through agency of contrasexual side
Transcendent function
Opposite of/complementary to individuation
Take apart all the pieces of complexes and reorganizing them into a
unified whole
Archetypal desire for unity/oneness/selfness
Forms the self
Self = replaces all the complexes; no longer individual complexes
Embodies/includes/reorganizes various pieces making up the
complexes into something completely different
Eg. baking a cake
Jung’s Stages of Development
Never been central/as well developed as Freud’s
Agreed with Freud: we go through stages of development
Differed: what the stages were/how we should conceptualize them
Libido: generic life force; Jung argued at each stage of life the
distribution of libido is different
- Childhood: Birth to Adolescence
libido directed at learning basic skills
later in period (8-10): emergence of sexual motives
Freud: sexual motives emerged at birth-resolution of the oeidipus
complex
- Young Adulthood: Adolescence to age 40
absolute peak of sexual motivation in individual
redistribution of libido: concerned with mate selection, children, finding
career, further education, achieving goals
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