290ch.4 - Chapter4...

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Chapter 4 Complex: repressed drives that affect later behavior  Neo-Analytic approach : the approach to personality psychology that is  concerned with the individual’s sense of self (ego) as the core of personality Carl Jung Believed that we are preprogrammed to see and accept certain truths not only  because of our own past experiences but also because of the cumulative past  experiences of our ancestors  Believed he was two personalities o The child that he outwardly appeared to be o A wise and cultured gentleman of the pervious century  Psyche  :The essence of the human mind or spirit or soul; in Carl Jung’s theory,  personality as the dynamic sum of its parts Three parts o The conscious ego : in psychoanalytic theory the personality structure  that develops to deal with the real world; in neo-analytic theory, this term  refers to the individuality of a person that is the central core of personality;  and specifically for Carl Jung, it is the aspect of personality that is  conscious and embodies  the sense of self  o The personal unconscious : according to Carl Jung, the component of  the mind that contains thoughts and feeling that are not currently a part of  conscious awareness o The collective unconscious : according to Carl Jung, the component of  the mind that contains a deeper level of unconsciousness made up of  archetypes that re common across all people  Archetypes: in Carl Jung’s neo-analytic theory, emotional symbols that  are common to all people and have been formed since the beginning of  time  Types of archetypes Animus : the male element of a women  Anima : the female element of a man Persona  Archetype: the socially acceptable front that is  presented to others Shadow   archetype : the dark and unacceptable side of  personality
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Mother   archetype : embodies generativity and fertility Hero   archetype : represents a strong and good force that does  battle with the enemy in order to rescue another from harm   Demon   archetype : embodies cruelty and evil Complex: a group of emotionally charged thoughts, feelings, and ideas that  are related to a particular theme  4 functions of the mind o sensing  “is something there?” o thinking “what is it that is there?” o feeling what is it worth? o Intuiting Where did it come from and where is it going Two attitudes o Extroversion  (Jung): used to describe the directing of the libido, or  psychic energy, toward things in the external world  o Introversion  (Jung): used to describe the direction of the libido, or psychic  energy, toward things in the internal world
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