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Jung, Carl Gustav

(yŭng)
[Swiss psychiatrist, 1875–1961]
The founder of a school of analytic psychology. In his early career, Jung was associated with Sigmund Freud. Later he proposed his own theory of the unconscious mind, based on his belief that all human beings share common myths and symbols. This concept has not been objectively validated.

Jung,

Carl Gustav, Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist, 1875-1961.
jungian psychoanalysis - the theory of psychopathology and the practice of psychotherapy. Synonym(s): analytical psychology
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56) See Carl Gustav Jung, Dream Analysis (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984), 249, for a description of this important need.
Carl Gustav Jung, Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious (Princeton, N.
Born in 1875 to a rather poor clergyman, Carl Gustav Jung spent his childhood in Basel where he resented the arrogance of his rich patrician schoolmates, In 1900, he graduated from Basel University's faculty of medicine.
Charles was 20 when he first came under the guidance of Sir Laurens, a disciple of psychologist Carl Gustav Jung.
Indeed, even during the last decade, there has been less stigma attached to the interpretation of dreams, first developed as a rigorous scientific endeavor of psychoanalysis by that heady tag team of Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung (pronounced ``yoong'').
As Carl Gustav Jung said, "We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born.
IN THE 1920s, the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung came to the city and dreamed of a magnolia tree sprouting up from an island in a city square.
The Swiss philosopher Carl Gustav Jung called Liverpool "the pool of life.
In the second half of his long and eventful lifetime, he studied the outlook of the Swiss psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), whose fruitful assimilation of East and West, regarding spirituality, he accepted and absorbed to its fullest.
Carl Gustav Jung, 1875-1961, was a Swiss psychiatrist and influential thinker who stressed the importance of understanding the psyche via religion, philosophy, dreams, art and mythology.
Indeed, Carl Gustav Jung once wrote: "The great events of world history are, at bottom, profoundly unimportant.