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Lecture 2

Lecture 2 - Jung, Adler

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PSY230H1F Lecture 2 Sept. 20, 2011 Asked J to experiment w Word Association Test Understand how biography influences theory, ex. Family, time period, culture WAT: enunciating to a subject a succession of Dont need to know dates at all carefully chosen words: to each of them the subject had to respond with the first word that Carl G. Jung occurred to them Analytical Psychology Today wed look for patterns, but the original version recorded it Biographical Context Pay attention to: Mother: ugly, authoritarian, and haughty Reaction time (prone to anger). Ex. Long pause if Freud asked about Disagreed w Fs focus on sexuality mother Oedipus complex would not make sense Very unusual response to him Repeating the stimulus word Father: Pastor, kind-hearted, somewhat Asking what it means boring Pretending it wasnt said Disagreement w castration anxiety Long or multiple word response Only child? Not responding at all Autobiography: emphasizes childhood adds up to a story of why, that there is fantasies, dreams, anxiety something internal to be understood Spent much time on own entertaining + Primary Aim: detection and analysis of distracting self complexes Fainting episodes (Ex. When tripped and fell) Enjoyed the attention Complex: A group of emotionally charged So often left school for 6 months thoughts, feelings, events, and ideas that are Stopped when heard father say he couldnt related to a particular theme function for real life Things associate to each other, add to the immediately cured since understood complex consequences Long pauses could show complexes Dual personality (from spending so much F: Unconscious was sexual anguish, didnt time alone, nervousness spilt off to wanting same idea of a complex as J prominence): J: Nothing in the unconscious is static, nervous boy, shushed when spoke up, things either grow or extinguish imagined hthwas prominent prominent Women: Erotic complexes in the man of 18 century foreground Between 15 and 18: religious crisis Family, dwelling, pregnancy, children, I cannot believe in what I do not know, and marital situation what I know I need not believe in. Older women: Regrets about previous Ex. If Im hungry, I feel Im hungry and I lovers know Im hungry thinking doesnt have a Men: Ambition, money, striving to succeed place, important to hold onto knowledge came before erotic complexes Work situation Burhgolzi Period Accidental complexes: Related to Medicine on scholarship, wanted to study specific past events in patients life optometry Ex. Drowning in [email protected], dont rly rmbr it Notice: any of these theorists started out Permanent complexes: In hysteria and in non-psych studies dementia praecox Studied psychiatry w [email protected] Hysteria: Associations affected by a hospital great complex relating to an old secret Ppl used to be chained, inhumane wound treatment Individual could be cured if one B first to change this could bring him to conquer, B believed there WAS a point to understand assimilate this complex these ppl, that they just couldnt communicate Can be done on irrationally speaking properly person Introduced the use of psychological tests Ex. Woman finds out the man she loved but didnt marry was in love with her; killed her children, ended Allowed himself to daydream, understand up in the hospital, quickly recovered whats in his mind (due to confession) Tried to continue the dream stories Dementia praecox: More fixed Felt almost submerged by unconscious, complexes couldnt take anything him srsly, seemed Incurable, cant be dissolved like crazy since voices in his head most complexes Focused on forcing self to understand Only works to the extent you are trying to the voices, where they were coming suppress it, once dissolved doesnt occupy from as much space in unconscious Imposed several rules to protect self: Hard to get beyond schizophrenia: Maintain a strong tie to reality talking preoccupied with delusions, indirect, more associated in unconscious since backwards from unconscious Examine carefully each image from the more serious medical issue unconscious to translate it as far as Dissolving a complex: possible into language of consciousness Doesnt mean the bhvr is extinguished Ascertain how far the revelations of the Defenses are down, bhvr less unconscious could be translated into suppressed actions, incorporated in daily life Ex. Excitement of argument, drunk, Figured out what our actions mean, tired how they relate to our unconscious If something bad pops in our mind that you Application in criminal justice system via Lie shouldnt pay attention to: Detection Test Somehow links to your everyday life Found thieves w word association (ex. Acknowledging it Can improve your Steal, wallet, money) functioning Series of words can affect outcome, can be changed for each person 1916, J published article outlining new concept Can be inaccurate of the unconscious physiological expressions of feelings Ways of coping with the unconscious: can be unique to each indiv Repress it Ex. Bad reaction to wallet if yours Exhaust it through reductive analysis was stolen vs. you stealing someone Become entirely submerged in it (like elses schizophrenics) Can convince yourself you didnt do it Explore it suppresses your physiological Ex. Dream of violence due to being responses violent, could be guilt over past violence Distancing from Freud The Collective Unconscious & The Archetypes As early as 1906, J wrote that doesnt agree w For years, J mostly concerned w personal Fs ideas on importance of infantile sexual unconscious: trauma, Oedipus Complex Fs psychotherapy at best a possible one. (All of Fs unconscious = personal unconscious) Believed Fs psychotherapy was not Level of the unconscious thats affected by only one personal experiences Freud fainted but J didnt care Split off fragments have autonomous 1913-1919: The Intermediate Period development to come back together: Whatever is repressed is spilt off, Creative illness of many psycho-theorists organized by a stable entity into a Discarded much of their material personality (characteristic set of ways Self-Analysis we adapt to the world + others) F: started w fathers death, then dream Organize themselves into personalities analysis w FA J: confronted his unconsc
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