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Jung, Carl Gustav

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[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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Carl Jung, however, believed synchronicities (coincidences) were people, places or events that the soul attracts into your life' the meaningful relationship occurs to help you evolve or place a special emphasis on something going on in your l if e.
His manager just laughed but Skinner had wierd dreams that night, starring psychologist Carl Jung who was giving him a lesson in rap.
It includes multi-page entries on concepts like attachment, seduction theory, eugenics, andhysteria; individuals like Viktor Frankl, Anna Freud, Carl Jung, Erich Fromm, and Wilhelm Reich; and an entry each on five of Freud's works: Civilization and its Discontents, The Interpretation of Dreams, The Future of an Illusion, Moses and Monotheism, and Totem and Taboo.
Man of the moment Michael Fassbender (Shame, Haywire) plays aspiring psychotherapist Carl Jung who begins an affair with a patient (Keira Knightley) he's treating for a sex compulsion.
The complicated features of the relationship between Emma and Carl Jung are thoughtfully detailed in Love and Sacrifice: The Life of Emma Jung.
The term was applied by historian Edward Gibbon and psychologist Carl Jung and is now accepted by educators and psychologists of all faiths.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is based on the work of Carl Jung, who ".
Any background in liberal arts would make one at least vaguely familiar with Dante, Chaucer, the Arthurian legends, Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, Cabala, the New England transcendentalists, Paracelsus, Rudolph Steiner and Carl Jung.
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Don Lowry worked on a theory that was started by Hippocrates, developed under Carl Jung, and researched by David Keirsey (Lowry, 2002).
Birmingham's multi-cultural diversity is more recent; Liverpool was in fact one of Britain's earliest multi-ethnic communities and it was described by Carl Jung as 'the pool of life'.