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"Psychological Types" by Carl Jung
A critical review of the 1923 work on extraversion and introversion, including thinking and feeling types, intuition and individuation.
# 20022 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1993 | US
Published on Mar 11, 2003 in Psychology (Jung) , Literature (General)


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"Psychological Types by Carl G. Jung: A Critical Analysis


Swiss psychiatrist Carl. G. Jung was interested in the psychic life of man. He focused in his writings and studies on the development of human personality as evidenced in mythology, religion, and culture. His unified, holistic approach to the study of individuals precipitated the development of theories which distilled concepts from a myriad of sources, including Eastern religions, alchemy, sociology, history, and philosophy. Jung wrote prolifically. One of his contributions was the work Psychological Types: The Psychology of Individuation, which described various types of people according to Jung's psychological theories. It is the purpose of this paper to summarize and critically analyze Jung's book, Psychological..."

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