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University of Ottawa
Shirley Griffith

Carl Jung - Introverted, introspective. - Pierre Jeanet - Friendship w/ Freud, but parted bitterly.  Left his society in 1914 - Differing views of the unconscious thought Freud thought too sexually. - Both Jung and Freud had scientific background, both physician. - Jung read a lot about eastern religion – influenced his theories. - Popular in 60-70’s due to mystical side of ideas (time of counter culture)  Most criticized side in scientific word. - Called his psych. “Analytic Pschology” Components - Ego  Very similar to Freud  Conscious, aware of, embodies sense of self.  Starts development around age 4. - Personal unconscious  Thoughts and feelings not conscious of currently/important currently  Ego threats, repressed thoughts.  (Freud’s Preconscious + unconscious)  Past and future material  “Complexes”  Emotionally charged feelings related to particular theme. • Eg. Inferiority, identity, emotions + ideas related to that.  Libido = general psychic energy – controls the strength of these feelings.  Word association test to bring up these to the surface.  Present with words in ‘optimal’sequence.  Client responds with word that comes up first. • Observes reaction time. o Delay – might indicate meaning behind the pause. • Rate of respiration • Galvanic skin response  Searching for words which bring up emotional arousal - Collective unconscious  Different from Freud  Deeper level of unconscious  Made up of symbols “Archetypes”  Transpersonal (collective).  Linked to ancestors experiences/continually repeated events.  React to common reoccurring stimuli.  Not repressed, always been there. • Anima (masculine side of female) • Animas (feminine side of male) o Guide to find mate – we project our anima/animas onto potentials. • Persona o Latin for ‘mask’. o Socially acceptable front we show to people. o Opposite is shadow. • Shadow o Unacceptable desires/motives we’d rather not admit to. o Dark side of the personality o Partially in personal unconscious  Repressed feelings  Similar to projection theory (Freud) – if we don’t deal with problems, they will manifest in other ways.
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