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The psychological system or the psychoanalytic form of treatment deriving from it; developed by Carl Gustav Jung.
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1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of Jung or his theories of psychology.
2. Maintaining Jung's psychological theories, especially those that stress the contribution of racial and cultural inheritance to the psychology of an individual.

Jung′i·an n.
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The psychological system or the psychoanalytic form of treatment deriving from it developed by Carl Gustav Jung.
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