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If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. Journal of Analytical Psychology. Tools Request permission Export citation Add to favorites Track citation. Darmstadt: Reichl Verlag, Brought together in as the foundation upon which much of Jung's later work was built, these two essays state the fundamentals of Jung's psychological system.
He himself described it as being no easy task to try to popularize highly complicated material still in the process of scientific development. The first, "On the Psychology of the Unconscious," is devoted to the history of Freudian and Adlerian theories, the problem of the fundamental attitude-types of extraversion and introversion, the personal as well as the collective or transpersonal unconscious, the archetypes of the collective unconscious, and the therapeutic approach to the unconscious. The second, "The Relation between the Ego and the Unconscious," is concerned with the effects of the unconscious upon consciousness and the role of the persona, and with the way of individuation, the anima and animus, and the technique of differentiation between the ego and figures of the unconscious.
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Five untitled lectures under the general theme of analytical psychology with ensuing discussions were given by Jung for the Institute of Medical Psychology at Tavistock Clinic in London in to approximately doctors. He presents his own researches on the structure and content of the mind and on methods used in its investigation, as well as relationships between unconscious mental activity and the word- association test, dream analysis and active imagination, and a short survey of the transference phenomenon. Jung's personality is evident in the informal yet systematic talks.
General Bibliography of C. Jung's Writings , compiled by Lisa Ress et al.
It includes all books and articles written by Jung including collaborations with others , forewords written for other authors' books, newspaper articles, book reviews, and published texts of lectures. The Psychology of Jung , by James Oppenheim. Girard, Kans. Claiming Jung's psychology as "the psychology of the future," Oppenheim first presents in this pocket book a summary of the work of Freud and Adler. Then he describes Jung's theories, which "go beyond both. Having been a pupil of Jung's for some years and distressed by the misunderstanding and ignorance of his work, Corrie offers a short and simple outline of Jung's principal theories.
She discusses the mind and its structure, functions, and disturbances, and the significance of dreams. Berlin: Gruyter, Introducing his theme by describing early studies of double personality and of the trauma hypothesis, Kranefeldt then focuses on the theories involved in Freud's psychoanalysis, Adler's individual psychology, and Jung's analytical psychology. In the long introduction, Jung characterizes his psychology as being different from the other two in the sense of being dualistic and possibly pluralistic, because it is based on the principle of opposites and recognizes a multiplicity of relatively autonomous psychic complexes.
The Psychology of C. Zurich: Rascher Verlag, London: Kegan Paul, Trench,Trubner, to ed. Press, to ed.
Published two years after Jacobi left Vienna to study with Jung, her synthesis of Jung's psychology grew out of lectures presented to groups of psychologists, physicians, and teachers. Its concise yet overall view of Jung's findings is designed to "open up access to Jung's extraordinarily prolific work. The book's values is attested by its numerous editions. Studies in Analytical Psychology , by Gerhard Adler.
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Basing this volume on lectures delivered in London during , Adler presents the results of fifteen years of clinical experience as an analyst. He explains the fundamental concept of the psyche as a self-regulating system, describing the experiences of his clients who have worked on the integration of the personality by the process of individuation.
Following a technical discussion of the methods of Jung's analytical psychology as they differ from Freud's and Adler's, he illustrates the fundamentals of the collective unconscious and archetypes by the study of a dream, which is followed by essays on the ego and the cycle of life, on consciousness and cure, on a psychological approach to religion, and on Jung's contribution to modern consciousness. Freud or Jung?
Glover, an English leader in Freudian analysis, was asked to write a negative critique of Jung's psychology as being a religion rather than a scientific conception; but his investigation revealed no such bias. In trying to answer the question of whether Jung's concept of the unconscious bears any resemblance to or contradicts or is an improvement of Freudian theory, he discusses mental structure, mental energy, mental mechanism, character and consciousness, dreams and neuroses, individuation, alchemy, religion, and art, being very critical of jungian theory.
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Having served as Jung's assistant for several years and as Jung's traveling companion on the African expedition, Baynes offers this collection of essays, whose title is taken from one of the ten essays. He also includes the first three chapters of an unfinished book. He deals with complex psychic conditions and discusses such topics as the unconscious; the provisional life; psychological background of the parent-child relation; Freud versus Jung; importance of dream analysis; the structure of the personality in relation to physical research; psychological origins of divine kingship; persona; and libido.
Jung states in the foreword of Fordham's book that she "has delivered a fair and simple account of the main aspects of my psychological work," a by no means easy task. After an introductory outline of his psychology, she discusses the topics of psychological types; archetypes of the collective unconscious; religion and the individuation process; psychotherapy; dreams and their interpretation; and psychology and education. The last edition contains a long biographical sketch, "Jung on Himself," expanded from four pages in previous editions by drawing widely from his own autobiographical Memories, Dreams, Reflections.
Pittsburgh, Perm. Familiar with many schools of psychotherapy, psychiatrist Clark deems the analytical psychology of Jung to be most appealing because it lends itself to the application of religious concepts to therapy. He discusses the topics of Jung's libido theory; ego psychology and psychological types; the shadow and "how we know the unconscious"; archetypes and the collective unconscious; technique of analysis; and applications in psychotherapy. Martin's experiment deals with the "mythical method," which explores the powerful forces from the unconscious depths symbols, visions, ideas that heretofore have been used chiefly by totalitarian ideologies but that now need to be used for more humane values and aims.
He combines Toynbee's concept of withdrawal-and-return "from the outer world of political and social chaos to the inner world of the psyche" and returning to the outer world with a vision of a new way of life with Jung's creative ways of working out the psychological means of withdrawal-and-return and with Eliot's expression of it in "the greatest poetry of the age.
Munich: Erich Wesel Verlag, Citing Jung as the leader of the new depth psychology that "was extended and disengaged from neurology," Goldbrunner examines Jung's work, stating that "the life of the healthy soul and no longer merely the diseased soul is being investigated. In the second part of the book he deals with social subjects such as religion, anthropology, ethics, education, and the cure of souls. Approaching historically his examination of the major authors of depth psychology, Progoff focuses on psychological concepts and tools in order to "provide a new basis for studies in the social sciences and humanities.
From a background in neurology and psychiatry, Fordham first defines the relation of these to the concept of unconscious archetypes and then reflects on archetypes and synchronicity and on image and symbol, with additional notes on the transference. He deals, in the remainder of the book, with his own specialty within analytical psychology, child psychology. There are essays on origins of the ego in childhood; the self and ego in childhood; child analysis; significance of archetypes for the transference in childhood; and a child guidance approach to marriage.
Jung, in the foreword, "salutes the author's collaboration in the field of psychotherapy and analytical psychology" and draws attention to Fordham's discussion of the problem of synchronicity, dealt with "in a masterly manner. Theories of Personality , by Calvin S. Hall and Gardner Lindzey. Among the eighteen theories of personality presented by Hall and Lindzey is a lengthy survey of Jung's analytic theory chapter 4: pp.
Consisting of eighteen papers delivered at the first congress of the IAAP founded in , this book represents a wide variety of themes. Papers by others deal with the topics of pairs of opposites; extraversion and introversion; the mother figure; the mother-child relationship; ego integration and coniunctio ; Christian symbolism; homosexual transference; and self-realization. The subtitle indicates Dry's aim "to render the psychology of Jung more understandable" to general readers who are interested though uncommitted, trying to avoid both "enthusiastic supporters" and "uniformly hostile" orthodox psychiatrists.
After discussing Jung's early, intermediate, and later concepts of the mind, she examines Jungian therapy and related insights; Jung's critique of Freud and psychotherapy; religion in the work of Jung; some cognitive and emotional factors of changes in Jung's work and its appeal; and the social background of Jungian psychology and its appeal. Jung , by David Cox. Intending to popularize Jung's teachings, as indicated in the titles, Cox expresses more concern with human need for self-knowledge than for "clinical conditions of sickness and health.
Van Nostrand, p. Finally, it draws together his reflections on the status of psychology, and shows how these shaped his own attempt to found psychology as the superordinate science, the only discipline supposedly capable of grasping the subjective factor that underlay all the other sciences. In academic psychology, from the s onwards, it was generally held that the use of experimentation and statistical methods formed the crucial. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page.
But in every case there is complete amnesia only during the first few minutes after the ecstasy. She remembered better, but still apparently only in indefinite outlines, the remarks of those taking part which referred to the trance speeches or directly to herself. Man must learn to use his treasure, and in using it to submit to its own laws , which can only become known when it is handled and investigated. New York: J. The book creates a basis for any future discussion of Jung by opening new vistas in psychology. He presents his own researches on the structure and content of the mind and on methods used in its investigation, as well as relationships between unconscious mental activity and the word- association test, dream analysis and active imagination, and a short survey of the transference phenomenon.
If the problem persists, please try again in a little while. No cover image. Read preview. Synopsis After decades of myth making, C. Jung remains one of the most misunderstood figures in Western intellectual history.