Flashcards in Chapter 4 T/F Deck (25):
During the 2 years following his break with Freud, Carl Jung enjoyed his most productive stage of his life.
Jung's concept of the personal unconscious is quite similar to Freud's concept of the unconscious plus the preconscious.
According to Jung, as people approach old age they should develop their extraverted personality.
Complexes are contents of the collective unconscious.
In Jungian psychology, the ego is the center of consciousness but not the center of personality.
Archetypes are expressed through dreams, fantasies, delusions, and hallucinations.
The first test of courage for a man is to confront his anima.
The persona is an archetype that refers to the role we adopt in society.
To Jung, the ultimate goal in life and the highest level of attainment is self-realization.
A woman's masculine side is called the anima.
Both women and men have a great mother archetype.
The wizard in The Wizard of Oz would symbolize the wise old man archetype.
The hero archetype often has a fatal flaw.
The tendency to move toward perfection and completion is symbolized by the self archetype.
The mandala symbolizes the shadow archetype.
Jungian psychology looks for causal explanations rather than teleological ones.
The two attitudes in Jungian psychology are masculinity and femininity.
A psychologically healthy middle-aged person continues to rely on the social and moral values learned during childhood and youth.
Extraverts rely on their subjective view of the world rather than objectivity reality.
Feeling, sensing, intuiting, and thinking are the four basic functions in Jungian psychology.
The behavior of extraverted sensing people is guided mostly by their subjective opinions.
In his stages of development, Jung emphasized early childhood more than any other stage.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator includes judgment and perception, two functions not included in Jung's concept of types.
Like psychoanalysis, Jung's theory does not lend itself easily to falsification.