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Lecture 2

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PSY230H1 Sept 21,
Analytical Psychology
Jungs mother was haughty, ugly, made the Oedipus complex seem odd, his father was boring and kind,
he had fainting episodes, he faced a religious crisis
Studied medicine on scholarship and psychiatry with Bleur
Burholzi: reaction, very long,very unusual
Complex: group of related feelings and ideas, felt for women complexes that were erotic were related to
children and family
There were accidental complexes
For hysteria, there were complexes relating to an old secret, one could conquer this complex and
assimilate and therefore be cured
What are times when your defenses are down: Tired, drunk, angry
Jung never accepted Oedipus complex
Creative illness: self analysis, write down dreams
Felt submerged by own unconscious, imposed several rules, strong ties to reality
Unconscious: Repress it, exhaust it or submerge it
Personal unconscious is organized into personality, and collective unconscious are organized into
Archetypal images are manifest actions, universal e.g. wise old man
Persona: conventional attitudes that people adapt b/c of jobs, many personas, dissonance in persona?
Shadow: the side of personality in person people do not want to be seen, can be unaware of the shadow
Animus& Anima: anima in man, animus in women, one can project an anima on person
Another example of archetypes are spirits, during a crisis situation one is visited by ancenstral
Self: mandala,
Unconscious, invisible, unification of conscious and the unconscious
Jung opposed transference, more attention sets of dreams
Self realization: individuation (unique) and transcendence (universal) goal is to be what you are
1921 Psychological Types
Introverts and Extroverts: Introverts drive motivation from within and extroverts from without
Irrational: sensation and intuition
Rational: thinking and feeling
Eight personality types
Sensation introverted, sensation extroverted, intuition introverted, intuition extroverted, thinking
introverted, thinking extroverted, feeling introverted and feeling extroverted
Difficult for these personalities to understand eachother, sometimes tolerate eachother
Role of spirituality, fourth dimension
Childhood: father was elegant, carefree,
Second of 6 children, older brother was generous and successful
Social medicine, conditions and illnesses
Inferiority: deficiency in it, compensation with another organ, did not believe in libido
Pragmatic Psychology
Finalism, fictional (how we look at the world)
Principle of dynamism (focus on goal, aim), principle of cosmic influence, principle of spontateous
Law of absolute truth
Diagnosis: figure out the secret goal, focus on non verbal behaviour, play activities
Styles of Life
Getting type, ruling type, avoiding type and socially useful type
Family Constellation
Oldest child: was achievement oriented, conforming
Youngest child: was more dependant, less mature
Only child: more mature, tend to be pampered
Two equal chairs, less frequent sessions, short, understand patient
Meaning of Life:
Problems: solve occupational, social, sexual