PSYCH2B03 - JUNG AND ANALYTIC PSCHOLOGY NOTES - 11

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05:23 Phobias due to combination of two mechanisms: w/ two curiosities More likely to show up in females than males Have a narrow range (limited number of things) Displacement, reaction formation E.g. snake phobia – I hate/love snakes, displacement – penis Criticisms of Freud All his case notes lost Freud validated his theory using his theory Psychoanalysis as a treatment method works Personality theories are not very good at making predictions. Good as post-diction,  explaining why a particular behavior might have occurred Constructs of Freud’s theory aren’t easy to measure Philosophical Criticisms of Freud Must be more to motivations than sex/aggression Emphasis on the unconscious  Jung and Analytic Psychology Grew up religious Mother resented him – thought hed be more successful
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Unformatted text preview: Jung was afraid of his mother Went to school for medicine, originally planned on archaeology Invented word schizophrenia All humans share the collective unconscious, so we have to look at the common products of the specific culture More powerful motives than just sex and aggression Collective Unconscious Part of mind every human being shared, we are identical in our collective unconsc. Contains the libido (general energy) that powers behavior Archetype Organized into archetypes (instincts) that comes with its own parcel of libido Built in ways of interpreting reality When we understand things with an archetype we invest libido in that and its satisfying. Archetypal stories make us feel good 05:23 05:23...
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