PSY 233 Lecture 5: Psych-Lecture 5

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Chapter 3
Jung's Analytic Psychology
- Jung referred to the total integrated personality as the psyche
Enduring features of personality
- Consciousness and the Ego
- The personal unconscious
Complexes: constellation of ideas connected by a common feeling
- The collective unconscious
Archetypes: inherited predisposition to respond to certain aspects of the world
- Persona (mask or superficial social roles)
Universal need for identity management
Inflation of the persona
- Shadow
Animalistic urges and underdeveloped positive and negative qualities
Source of spontaneity and creativity
- Anima (feminine side of the male psyche)
- Animus (masculine side of female psyche)
- Self (ultimate unity of the personality)
- Symbolism
A symbol is a visible sign of something invisible
- Symbols are outward expressions of archetypes
Mandala: symbol of the self striving toward wholeness
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