Carl Jung

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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Psychodynamic Approach

    ; Behaviourism, Cognitive, Biological and Psychodynamic. Within these four approaches are endless theories used to support each. I will explain the psychodynamic approach and some of its theories; also considering the flaws and strengths. A psychologist, Sigmund Freud (1890), created the psychoanalysis theory. Other psychologists developed Freud’s theories further or devised their own theories based on his. These theories, combined, form psychodynamic psychology. They are all different yet…

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  • Comparison Of Psychoanalysis: Freud And The Neo-Freudian

    Psychoanalysis: Freud and the Neo-Freudians Psychoanalysis is a set of theories and therapeutic techniques related to the study of the unconscious mind, which together form a method of treatment for mental-health disorders. The discipline of psychoanalysis was established in the early 1890s by Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud. Precursors for Freuds psychoanalysis include Leibniz with his monadology, which showed levels of awareness ranging by perception; Goethe and his views and descriptions…

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  • Three Dimensions Of Personality

    GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY WHAT IS PERSONALITY? FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS OF PERSONALITY IN PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIVES. By, Arijit Panigrahy 14CS30005 Email Id: Cell: +91-9933906939 DEFINITION OF PERSONALITY Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. It is a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences their environment, cognitions, emotions, motivations,…

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  • Analysis: A Jungian Analysis Of Ursula Hegi's Stones From The River

    A Jungian Analysis of Ursula Hegi’s Stones from the River “We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses.” - C.G. Jung. Carl Jung’s theories are profoundly influential to modern psychiatry; they allow us to analyze stories, characters, and writings from the innermost layer. Although Carl Jung did extensive research on the human psyche, perhaps some of his most interesting theories were on the nature of how human beings write and tell stories,…

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  • Individuation In Marriage

    the world at large, about the energy (or the absence of it) poured into personal striving and ambition, about the objects of desire and passions that lead a person into the highways and byways of life, about the focus of life’s meaning.” According to Jung the original theorist on individualization, life consist of two major changes, the first half and the second half of life. Theses stages have a distinctive developmental task, sequences and crisis that an individual has to go through. There…

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  • Psychology: The Shadow Self

    clearly. You cannot hide anything, but look behind and a shadow is standing right behind. The shadow self or known in psychology as the personal shadow is an assertion that everybody has another personality deep within them. First formulated by Carl Jung. It has been developed by his followers, some of them are Connie Zweig and Jeremiah Abrams. The shadow self is a personality hidden to the outside world, either by design of the person or by chance. Zweig and Abrams theorize that for people to…

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  • The Humanistic Views Of The Psychodynamic Approach

    The main concepts of the psychodynamic perspective is the idea of the unconscious and the level in which the unconscious influences our behaviour. It takes a very deterministic approach in that all behaviour is predetermined and out of our control. Freud (1915) first introduced the idea of the conscious, and split it into the conscious and unconscious. He compared the concept to an iceberg, the unconscious being a complex; much grander selection of thoughts and feelings. An individual, according…

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  • Sigmund Freud On Dream Analysis

    Most famously, Freud is accredited with his work published in 1900 The Interpretation of Dreams on dream analysis. Next, there was Carl Jung, who proposed another perspective giving people insight to the meaning of dreams. After years of research, psychologists have made significant progress in understanding why people dream, its function, and to some extent a more valid theory of what dreams mean. Freud “proposed that dreams provide a psychic safety valve that discharges otherwise unacceptable…

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  • Erikson's Theory Of Personality Development

    I believe that personality is a trait that determines who you are as a person. Many Psychology theorists such as Dr. Sigmund Freud, Dr. Carl Jung, Alfred Adler, Raymond B. Cattell and Hans J. Eysenck, Karen Horney, and David Buss believe that support my argument for the personality theory. But theorists like Gordon Allport and Erik Erikson did not support my argument. Their concepts have shaped my view of personality development into what it is today. But based on their theories and my personal…

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  • Regular Gal Archetypes

    An archetype; a very typical example of a certain person or thing. In the early 20th century, a Swiss Psychiatrist named Carl Jung suggested that there exists ways to communicate certain experiences and emotions. With this being said, he created a universal and recognizable way to organize distinct behaviours into 12 different groups in which he named archetypes. Each person should be able to title themselves as at least one of them. Up to this date, many other philosophers have established…

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