Carl Jung Research Paper by Jojoy

Carl Jung
A discussion on the life and works of Carl Gustav Jung in the realm of analytical psychology.
# 91472 | 1,419 words | 15 sources | APA | 2007 | PH
Published on Jan 11, 2007 in Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (Theory) , Psychology (History of Psychology)

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This paper describes the concepts put forward by Carl Jung. The paper begins by discussing Jung's life and the history of his works. It describes him as a psychiatrist and founder of analytical psychology. The paper discusses the ways he used his background on Freudian theories to explore the "inner space" of the human psyche, involving mythology, religion, and philosophy into his studies and becoming an expert in mystic symbolism.

Table of Contents:
The Psychoanalytic School
Carl Gustav Jung and Analytic Psychology
The Archetypes
The Collective Unconscious
The Complex
The Lifework of Carl Gustav Jung
Carl Gustav Jung Today

From the Paper:

"Socrates, Aristotle and Plato opened the floor for the study of human behavior and mental life in their philosophical discourses. The fundamental question involved what motivated man to do the thighs he does and how ideas come about. Two thousand years have passed and these questions remain the driving force behind the study of the human psyche- of Psychology."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Atkinson, Rita L., Atkinson, Richard C., Smith, Edward E., Bem, Daryl J. (1993). Introduction to Psychology, 11th edition. Orlado, FA: Harcourt and Brace Publishers
  • Bandura, A. (1975). Social Learning & Personality Development. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, INC: NJ.
  • Boeree, C. George (2006). Personality Theories - Carl Jung. Retrieved on September 15, 2006 from
  • Carl Jung (2004). Free Encyclopedia from Free Teacher Resources. Retrieved on September 15, 2006 from jung.html
  • Carl Jung (2006). Wikipedia Online Encyclopedia. Retrieved on September 15, 2006 from

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