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Carl Jung's Theories
An overview of the theories and contributions of C.G. Jung.
# 125317 | 750 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (Theory)


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The paper provides a brief discusison of the central themes in C.G. Jung's analytic psychology.

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"The psychology of Carl G. Jung, known as Analytic Psychology, is considered to be both a drive theory and a self-actualization theory. Jung was primarily concerned with self-knowledge, with the determination of which human needs or desires, also called drives, were likely to be most influential in shaping individual behavior and attitudes. It was his belief that becoming the person you are was the goal of all individuals, and by extension, the primary objective of the therapeutic relationship. His psychology..."

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