Flashcards in Chapter 4 FIB Deck (23):
After Jung broke off his relationship with Freud, he went through a midlife crisis that included a conversation with __________________________.
Jung's concept of a ____________________ unconscious is parallel to Freud's idea of the unconscious.
The notion of a ______________________ unconscious is Jung's most controversial and distinctive concept.
Jung's ________________ personality was in touch with feelings and intuitions of which his other personality was unaware.
According to Jung, the ______________________ is the center of consciousness.
The contents of the personal unconscious are called _______________________.
Jung referred to the contents of the collective unconscious as ____________________________.
People dominated by their ______________________ have a shallow personality and strive to project a specific public image.
Jung believed that recognition of the ______________________ is the first test of a person's courage.
The anima is the ___________________ side of men.
The masculine side of women is called the __________________.
The great mother is the archetype of _________________________ and nourishment.
The _____________________ archetype symbolizes wisdom and meaning.
wise old man
The ___________________ archetype represents our image of a conqueror who vanquishes evil but who has a single fatal flaw.
The most comprehensive archetype is the ___________________.
Thinking, feeling, sensation, and ____________________ make up the four Jungian functions.
Extraversion and introversion are the two basic _________________.
The backward flow of psychic energy is called __________________.
Jung believed that during the ________________________ stage, people should move from an extraverted attitude to an introverted one.
Jung held that "big dreams" spring from the __________________ unconscious.
The _____________________, or perfect figure, symbolizes self-realization.
Jung was _______________________ in his practice of psychotherapy, meaning that he used whatever techniques seemed suitable for a particular patient.