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Jung

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noun
  1. Carl Gus·tav [kahrl goo s-tahf] /kɑrl ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1875–1961, Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist.
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  • Jung Sin's voice sounded, in a language that Allan did not understand.

    When the Sleepers Woke

    Arthur Leo Zagat

  • Jung likewise discovered the "menace of the Jew" and peddled it for all it was worth.

    Secret Armies

    John L. Spivak

  • “It confirms the theories of Tarchanoff and Jung,” he replied pedantically.

    The Gilded Man

    Clifford Smyth

  • Upon this point at least a Marxian simplification is nearer the truth than that of Jung.

  • As a matter of fact, she lives in Pelham and has never heard of Freud or Jung.


British Dictionary definitions for jung

Jung

noun
  1. Carl Gustav (karl ˈɡʊstaf). 1875–1961, Swiss psychologist. His criticism of Freud's emphasis on the sexual instinct ended their early collaboration. He went on to found analytical psychology, developing the concepts of the collective unconscious and its archetypes and of the extrovert and introvert as the two main psychological types
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jung in Medicine

Jung

(yung)
  1. Swiss psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology and came up with the concepts of extraversion and introversion and the notion of the collective unconscious.
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