Psys 317, Professor Brown
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Date Created: 10/13/16
PSYS 317 16 SEPT 2016 “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” –Carl Jung Personality is the process of coming to an understanding of your Archetpes (collective uncons), your Experiences (personal uncons), and your Ego (cons) through crisis and struggle. “Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes” – Carl Jung Carl Gustav Jung 1875-1961 o What happens when you’re little matters, but also what you wish for and what you dream about for the future. You have to get there (understanding of yourself) thru some type of a crisis, mental break Biographical Info: o Father (Paul) was a pastor o Mother (Emilie) prob. Seriously mentally ill o 4 child/ only surviving 1 sister 9yrs later lonely/odd/ wooden doll at 7 or 8yrs st Fainting spells/1 neurosis o 1900 medical school/ Bleuler (term schizophrenia) o 1903 married Emma (pretty rich girl); quit the hospital 5 children mul. Affairs o 1907 S. Freud Sent him word association test Talked for 12 hrs/ cliqued Wednesday night psychoanalytic group 6yrs worked closely together o 1913 parted with Freud o Psychotic Break at 38 yrs. Analytical Psychology (vs psychoanalytic) o Vocabulary: Libido Psyche Theory of opposites: Every thought or wish we have has an opposite that creates tension or a pull. (eating a bagel or never eating again) Theory of equivalence: Energy is never lost, it goes someplace else (instead of eating, studying for a test) Theory of entropy: Always a balance of energy; strong in some areas so weak in others. Phylogenetic: Inherited response of species Structure of the Personality o Ego Attitudes Where does energy go? o Introversion/extroversion 2 Psychological functions Non-logical (how do you process info) vs Logical (how you make decisions) o Sensing o Intuiting o Thinking o Feeling 8 Psychological (personality) Types o Personal unconscious Complexes: Themes (money, or food, or relationships) Memories Lots of action between ego and unconscious o Collective unconscious Archetype Minors Majors 3
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