C. G. Jung Essay by PoeticPanther

C. G. Jung
A look at the early influences and contributions to psychology of C.G. Jung.
# 64563 | 2,587 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2005 | US
Published on Mar 25, 2006 in Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (History of Psychology)

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This paper traces the career of psychologist Carl Jung from his theories, his personal and academic growth and his contributions to the field of psychology. It also looks at the influence of his fellow psychologists such as Charcot, James and Flournoy Pierre Jane and in particular his relationship with Sigmund Freud .

From the Paper:

"Jung's introspective nature is reflected in his early orientation towards the internal world of the psyche. Since he was a little boy, he paid attention to the dreams that he thought were prophetic in nature, illuminating his internal conflicts as well as his future interest in psychology. Jung rationalized his early childhood fascination with blood as his desire to learn more about the world, but it nevertheless serves as a predecessor to his subdued aggression, that is to become recognized in the violent imagery he used while engaged in solitary play as well as in his somewhat aggressive conduct to his teenage peers at the Gymnasium."

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