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Week 4 class notes

by: Nate Dickstein

Week 4 class notes Psych 370

Nate Dickstein
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Here are the notes for the 4th week of classes from Monday, February 9 to Friday, February 13. We only met once in class this week because one of the days was test 1
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nate Dickstein on Friday February 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psych 370 at University of Massachusetts taught by Professor Bickford in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Personality in Psychlogy at University of Massachusetts.


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Date Created: 02/13/15
Class 621115 0 Student of Freud Jung 0 Overview of Carl Jung s theory individual differences personality psychetypes introversionextraversion four psychological functions Cognitive processes expanded notion of the unconsciousness society deep meaning in myths and rituals biology inherited mental content development focus on midlife crisis 0 Jung not too scientific more focused on mystical and transcendental process 0 Jungian notion of consciousunconscious whole Self or Psyche gets imbalanced individuation reintegration of Self by restoring balance between conscious and unconscious o Ego consistent with Freud seat of personal identity locus of will and rationality ego inflation overemphasis on importance of egoconsciousness persona public self mask c When you run into middle age you get ego limitation emotional 0 personal unconscious each individual s own unconscious developed by personal experience shadow your bad side what is denied to personal by ego feared and loathed though should not be projected shadow feared imagery in art literature media loathsomeness in others Anima repressed qualities inconsistent with gender identity man s inner woman man projected animaanimus falling in love 0 collective unconscious disposition to react in certain ways to certain ideas or events contains thoughts called archetypes shadow and animaanimus great mother spiritual fatherwise old man hero I ll womans inner transformation trickster 0 Holistic nature of Jung elements of human experience get lost when reduced psychological health requires balance completeness wholeness o expresses respect for spirituality transcendent experiences uniquely human address universal experiences o notion of multiple selves public and private self ideal and despised o emphasis on selfacceptance there is nothing truly wrong with you other people s expectations and limitations are the problem


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