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Whose theory is premised on the notion of opposing qualities, such as introversion and extraversion, masculinity and femininity, and rational and irrational drives.

Carl Jung's analytical psychology

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Because his parents were so opposite of one another, Jung became aware of two separate aspects of his self, he called these:

His No. 1 and No. 2 personalities.

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During their trip to America, Jung began to feel tension towards:

Freud

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According to Jung images sense to buy the ego are said to be:

Conscious

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According to Jung The unconscious is subdivided into the:

Personal unconscious and collective unconscious

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According to Jung this is the center of personality:

The self

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According to Jung the ______ Unconscious embraces all repressed, forgotten, or subliminally perceived experiences of one particular individual. Includes complexes.

Personal

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According to Jung, These are the contents of the personal unconscious, emotionally toned groups of associated ideas

Complexes. Maybe partly conscious and may stem from the collective unconscious as well

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According to Jung, these are I mages that are beyond our personal experiences and that originate from the repeated experiences of our ancestors. They are not inherited ideas, but rather they refer to our innate tendency to react in a particular way whenever our personal experiences stimulate an inherited predisposition toward action

Collective unconscious

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Contents of the collective unconscious are called _______. Ancient or archaic images. They are expressed in certain types of dreams, fantasies, delusions, and hallucinations.

Archetypes

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_______ are the main source of archetypal material

Dreams

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What are the eight archetypes described by Jung

The persona, shadow, anima, animals, great mother, wise old man, hero, and self

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According to Jung The side of our personality that we show to others

The persona. If we identify too closely with our persona, we remain on conscious of our individuality and are blocked from attaining self-realization

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According to Jung The archetype of darkness and repression, represents those qualities we do not wish to add knowledge but attempt to hide from ourselves and others.

The shadow

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According to Jungin order for people to reach full psychological maturity, they must first realize or except there

Shadow

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According to Jung A man's feminine side is called his: represents irrational moods and feelings

Anima

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According to Jung this is a woman's masculine side. It represents thinking and reasoning

There animus

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According to Jung this is the archetype of nourishment and destruction

The great mother

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According to Jung this is the archetype of wisdom and meaning

The wise old man

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According to Jung The archetype of a conqueror who vanquishes evil but who has a single fatal flaw

The hero

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According to Jung this is the most comprehensive archetype, the image we have a fulfillment, completion, or perfection

The self

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According to Jung The ultimate in psychological maturity is __-___ and is symbolized by the, ________ or perfect geometric figure

Self-realization, mandala

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Jung excepted a middle position between the philosophical issues of: in other words, humans are motivated both by their past experiences and by their expectations of the future

Causality and teleology

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According to Jung this involves the adaptation to the outside world and the forward flow of psychic energy

Progression

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According to Jung this refers to adaptation to the inner world and the backward flow of psychic energy

Regression

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What are the two attitudes according to Jung?

Introversion and extraversion

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According to Jung this is a predisposition to act or react in a characteristic direction

Attitude

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According to Jung this is the turning inward of psychic energy with an orientation toward the subjective

Introversion

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According to Jung this is the attitude distinguished by the turning outward of psychic energy so that a person is oriented toward the objective and away from the subjective. These people are more in influenced by their surroundings then by their inner world.

Extraversion

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According to Jung The two attitudes can combine with four basic functions to form eight general personality types. What are the four functions?

Thinking, feeling, sensation, and intuition