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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

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Taryn Aldrich

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Chapter 4
Neoanalytic and ego aspects of personality: identity
Carl Jung
The mind/ psyche has 3 parts:
oEgo
oPersonal unconscious
oCollective unconscious
Focused more on personal experience and not sexual drives
Thought he had two identities
Though dreams are paranormal
Ego:
oConscious part of personality
oEmbodies sense of self
oSimilar to Freud’s concept of ego
Personal unconscious
oContains thoughts that are not currently part of conscious awareness
oNot only threatening and unacceptable material, but all non-conscious
material
oContains past and future material
Collective unconscious
oDeeper level unconscious
oShared with rest of humanity
oContains archetypes
Universal emotional symbols
Archetypes
oAnimus/ Anima
Male element in a woman/ female element in a man
oPersona/ shadow
Socially acceptable front vs dark and unacceptable side of
personality
oMother
Embodiment of generativity and fertility
oHero and demon
Strong force for good vs cruelty and evil
Complexes
oA complex is a group of emotionally charged thoughts that are related
to a particular theme
oJung created a word association test to study complexes
oPattern of words produced reveals the complex
Four functions of the mind
oSensing
oThinking
oFeeling
oIntuiting: where did it come from and where is it going?
2 major attitudes
oExtroversion: directs energy toward things in the world
oIntroversion: directs energy inward
4 functions, 2 attitudes, 8 types
oTypology
Each person has a best fit to one type

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Chapter 4 Neoanalytic and ego aspects of personality: identity Carl Jung • The mind/ psyche has 3 parts: o Ego o Personal unconscious o Collective unconscious • Focused more on personal experience and not sexual drives • Thought he had two identities • Though dreams are paranormal • Ego: o Conscious part of personality o Embodies sense of self o Similar to Freud’s concept of ego • Personal unconscious o Contains thoughts that are not currently part of conscious awareness o Not only threatening and unacceptable material, but all non-conscious material o Contains past and future material • Collective unconscious o Deeper level unconscious o Shared with rest of humanity o Contains archetypes  Universal emotional symbols • Archetypes o Animus/ Anima  Male element in a woman/ female element in a man o Persona/ shadow  Socially acceptable front vs dark and unacceptable side of personality o Mother  Embodiment of generativity and fertility o Hero and demon  Strong force for good vs cruelty and evil • Complexes o A complex is a group of emotionally charged thoughts that are related to a particular theme o Jung created a word association test to study complexes o Pattern of words produced reveals the complex • Four functions of the mind o Sensing o Thinking o Feeling o Intuiting: where did it come from and where is it going? • 2 major attitudes o Extroversion: directs energy toward things in the world o Introversion: directs energy inward • 4 functions, 2 attitudes, 8 types o Typology  Each person has a best fit to one type Alfred Adler • “Individual psychology” • Emphasizes the importance of social conditions on personality • 3 fundamental social issues o Occupational tasks: chasing and pursuing a career o Societal tasks: establishing and creating friendships o Love tasks: suitable life partner • Expansion of Freuds approach to increase emphasis on society and social relations • Aggression drive o Drive to lash out against their ability to achieve something • Masculine protest o Individuals attempt to be competent and independent (both boys and girls) • Superiority striving o Striving to obtain ones power and superiority over inferiority • Perfection striving o Striving to meet fictional goals o Fictional goals reflect an individual’s view of perfection • Birth order and family dynamics o First born o Second born o Third born • Current findings o Frank Sulloway  First born: success and achievement  Later born: revolutionary and creative • Karen Horney o Feminist neoanalytic theory o Rejection of Freudian penis envy theory o Envy of masculine freedoms and privileges o
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