Human Mental Health Development2 9_22_10

Human Mental Health Development2 9_22_10 - Human Mental...

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Human Mental Health Development 9/22/10 Analytical Psychology: 1875-1961 Carl Jung: Worked with Sigmund Freud. His view is that you develop your personality based on a forward moving character. His theory people looked into the future and developed goals guided by their experience. People try to maximize by developing all parts called “individualism.” After you achieve it you then try to gather all the aspect of yourself to a fulfilled functional being. o This process is the biggest drive of all behaviors o He believed in two types of psychological individuals: Introvert: quiet, very creative, interested in ideas than people Extrovert: Outgoing, interested in people He divide the categories into subtypes and tendencies: o A thinking extrovert: Bound by fixed rules, very objective, not worried about other people’s feelings or senses o Feeling extrovert: Response emotionally to objective reality. Choose a love one based on age, status, rather than feelings. o
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course KIN 2604 taught by Professor Fisher during the Fall '10 term at LSU.

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