- Carl Gus·tav [kahrl goo s-tahf] /kɑrl ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1875–1961, Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist.
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Jung says that we lose our vitality in playing the role if we identify with it.Joseph Campbell on the Roots of Halloween
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Jung, not Freud, liked fairy tales for what they tell us about human nature.Only Six Books: Excerpt From Jeanette Winterson’s New Memoir
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The tryst causes a professional fissure between Jung and his psychiatrist mentor, Sigmund Freud, played by Viggo Mortensen.'The Descendants,' 'The Muppets,' and Other Thanksgiving Movies to See or Skip
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“Jung wrote down what they were—her tics, spasms, laughing spells, body deformations, and distortions,” says Cronenberg.
This then forms a rift between Jung and his mentor, renowned psychiatrist Sigmund Freud, played by Viggo Mortensen.
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
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“It confirms the theories of Tarchanoff and Jung,” he replied pedantically.The Gilded Man
Upon this point at least a Marxian simplification is nearer the truth than that of Jung.Human Nature and Conduct
As a matter of fact, she lives in Pelham and has never heard of Freud or Jung.Seeing Things at Night
- 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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- 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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