Personality Final Exam Study Guide

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Personality Final Exam Study Guide Memories, Dreams, and Reflections introversion and extraversion in Jung’s theory and in his life 1. Introversion : people who prefer their internal world of thoughts, feelings, fantasies, dreams, and so on. Jung sees these people as wise and mature. 2. Extroversion : Prefer the external world of things and people and activities. the Red Book consists of works he began directly after the falling out with Freud in 1913. Self-state dreams and their purpose or function Functin of the dream is the compensate for those parts of the psyche (total personality) that are lacking in waking life. They do not fulfill wishes, but portray state of self. Occur under stress The manifest content has nothing to do with unconscious, no disguises. They do not fill wish fulfillment at all It portrays the state of the self, generally in subjective experiences of fragmentations, dissolution, of self loss (moments of crisis) H einz Kohut states these dreams are like ones that would occur under traumatic stress. The images in the dreams are the same as the manifest content. So what the person sees is actually telling us what is going on in their mind and that their psyche is trying to react to any kind of stress or change. They don’t have to do with the unconscious They serve a need to render the nameless nameable-to visually picture the terrifyingly intangible visible and material (forms images) to picture with definiteness the incomprehensible and infinite No distance between manifest and latent content. No disguise Jung’s dream of the two skulls
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I was in a house I did not know, which had two storeys. It was "my house". I found myself in the upper storey, where there was a kind of salon furnished with fine old pieces in Rococo style. On the walls hung a number of precious old paintings. I wondered that this should be my house and thought "not bad". But then it occurred to me that I did not know what the lower floor looked like. Descending the stairs, I reached the ground floor. There everything was much older. I realised that this part of the house must date from about the fifteenth or sixteenth century. The furnishings were mediaeval, the floors were of red brick. Everywhere it was rather dark. I went from one room to another thinking "now I really must explore the whole house." I came upon a heavy door and opened it. Beyond it, I discovered a stone stairway that led down into a cellar. Descending again, I found myself in a beautifully vaulted room which looked exceedingly ancient. Examining the walls, I discovered layers of brick among the ordinary stone blocks, and chips of brick in the mortar. As soon as I saw this, I knew that the walls dated from Roman times. My interest by now was intense. I looked more closely at the floor. It was of stone slabs and in one of these I discovered a ring. When I pulled it, the stone slab lifted and again I saw a stairway of narrow stone steps leading
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