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Projection - Jung. Definition, examples and discussion
Projection. An automatic process whereby contents of one’s own unconscious are perceived to be in others
CGJung  psychology  psychotherapy  psychoanalysis  projection  Frith  Luton  * 
9 weeks ago by pierredv
Thread: Jung and functions, primary, auxiliary and inferior functions plus typology
Good summary of functions and typology, based on excerpts from Jung's writing

"Sensation establishes what is actually present, thinking enables us to recognize its meaning, feeling tells us its value, and intuition points to possibilities as to whence it came and whither it is going in a given situation."
"Briefly, the sensation function establishes that something exists, thinking tells us what it means, feeling tells us what it's worth, and through intuition we have a sense of its possibilities."
Jung  Jungian-therapy  psychoanalysis 
april 2016 by pierredv
Personality theories - CARL JUNG (1875 - 1961) - Dr. C. George Boeree
Great survey article of basic concepts
Also has good short bibliography at the end.
psychoanalysis  Jung  Jungian-therapy 
april 2016 by pierredv
Therapy wars: the revenge of Freud | Oliver Burkeman | Science | The Guardian
Via John Helm "CBT doesn’t exactly claim that happiness is easy, but it does imply that it’s relatively simple: your distress is caused by your irrational beliefs, and it’s within your power to seize hold of those beliefs and change them. Psychoanalysts contend that things are much more complicated. For one thing, psychological pain needs first not to be eliminated, but understood." "... a basic assumption of CBT – that, with training, we can learn to catch most of our unhelpful mental responses in the act." "Yet even this conclusion – that we simply don’t know which therapies work best – might be seen as a point in favour of Freud and his successors. Psychoanalysis, after all, embodies just this awed humility about how little we can ever grasp about the workings of our minds."
psychology  psychotherapy  theguardian  essay  CBT  psychoanalysis 
january 2016 by pierredv
Jung on the Nature and Interpretation of Dreams: A Developmental Delineation with Cognitive Neuroscientific Responses - Zhu - Behavioral Sciences | Free Full-Text |
"Post-Jungians tend to identify Jung’s dream theory with the concept of compensation; they tend to believe that Jung’s radically open stand constitutes his dream theory in its entirety. However, Jung’s theory regarding dreams was a product of an evolving process throughout his whole intellectual and professional life. Unfortunately, the theory has not been understood in such a developmental light. Based on a historical and textual study of all dream articles found throughout The Collected Works of C.G. Jung, this paper maps a concise three-phase trajectory of Jung’s changing views on dreams and interpretation. The paper posits that Jung’s last essay, “Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams” (1961), epitomizes his final stand, although such a stand is also reflected in a less explicit and less emphatic way during the latter period of the second phase. The paper also briefly addresses where Jung and Jungians have been enigmatic or negligent. For example, ..."
Jung  dreams  psychology  psychotherapy  psychoanalysis 
april 2015 by pierredv

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