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During the 2 years following his break with Freud, Carl Jung enjoyed his most productive stage of his life.

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Jung's concept of the personal unconscious is quite similar to Freud's concept of the unconscious plus the preconscious.

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According to Jung, as people approach old age they should develop their extraverted personality.

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Complexes are contents of the collective unconscious.

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In Jungian psychology, the ego is the center of consciousness but not the center of personality.

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Archetypes are expressed through dreams, fantasies, delusions, and hallucinations.

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The first test of courage for a man is to confront his anima.

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The persona is an archetype that refers to the role we adopt in society.

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To Jung, the ultimate goal in life and the highest level of attainment is self-realization.

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A woman's masculine side is called the anima.

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Both women and men have a great mother archetype.

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12

The wizard in The Wizard of Oz would symbolize the wise old man archetype.

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13

The hero archetype often has a fatal flaw.

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14

The tendency to move toward perfection and completion is symbolized by the self archetype.

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15

The mandala symbolizes the shadow archetype.

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16

Jungian psychology looks for causal explanations rather than teleological ones.

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The two attitudes in Jungian psychology are masculinity and femininity.

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A psychologically healthy middle-aged person continues to rely on the social and moral values learned during childhood and youth.

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19

Extraverts rely on their subjective view of the world rather than objectivity reality.

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Feeling, sensing, intuiting, and thinking are the four basic functions in Jungian psychology.

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The behavior of extraverted sensing people is guided mostly by their subjective opinions.

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22

In his stages of development, Jung emphasized early childhood more than any other stage.

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23

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator includes judgment and perception, two functions not included in Jung's concept of types.

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24

Like psychoanalysis, Jung's theory does not lend itself easily to falsification.

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25

Unlike Freud, Jung was careful to phrase his theory with operationally defined terms.

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