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1

Jung defined libido as general ________ energy.

Psychic.

2

Jung believed that behavior is not only determined by past events, but also by _________ and _________.

  • Future goals
  • Aspirations

3

Jung believed personality is the consequence of _________ and __________ factors.

  • Conscious
  • Unconscious

4

In Jungian theory, the conscious is oriented to the __________ world, is governed by the _______, and represents the individual's thoughts, ideas, _________, sensory perceptions, and _________.

  • External
  • Ego
  • Feelings
  • Memories

5

In Jungian theory, the unconscious is made up of the __________ unconscious and the __________ unconscious.

  • Personal
  • Collective

6

In Jungian theory, the _____________ contains experiences that were unconsciously perceived or were once conscious but are now repressed or forgotten.

Personal unconscious.

7

In Jungian theory, the _____________ is the repository of latent memory traces that have been passed down from one generation to the next.

Collective unconscious.

8

Included in Jung's collective unconscious are __________, which are "___________" that cause people to experience and understand certain phenomena in universal ways.

  • Archetypes.
  • Primordial images.

9

In Jungian theory, the _______ represents a a striving for a unity of the different parts of the personality.

Self.

10

Jung's ______ is the "public mask."

Persona.

11

Jung's _______ is the "dark side" of the personality.

Shadow.

12

Jung's ________ and ________ are, respectively, the feminine and masculine aspects of the personality.

  • Anima
  • Animus

13

What are Jung's two personality attitudes?

Extraversion and introversion.

14

Jung's four basic psychological functions are....?

  • Thinking
  • Feeling
  • Sensing
  • Intuiting
  • Bonus point: Jung believes that one function ordinarily predominates in consciousness.

15

Jung viewed development as continuing _____________, and was most interested in growth ____________.

  • Throughout the lifespan
  • After the mid-30s

16

In Jungian theory, ____________ refers to an integration of the conscious and unconscious aspects of the psyche that leads to the development of a unique identity.

Individuation.

17

In Jungian theory, symptoms are "____________ messages to the individual that something is awry with him [and that present] him with a __________ that demands to be ________."

  • Unconscious
  • Task
  • Fulfilled

18

The primary goal of Jung's analytical psychotherapy is to _______ the ______ between the conscious and the personal and collective unconscious.

  • Rebridge
  • Gap

19

Jungians rely primarily on ________ that are designed to help the client become aware of his or her inner world.

Interpretations.

20

______-work is a key component of Jungian therapy.

Dream.

21

Jungians consider _______ to be a projection of the personal and collective unconscious.

Transference.

22

The Jungian approach reflects an ________ view of human nature and emphasizes the _________ aspects of the client's personality.

  • Optimistic
  • Healthy

23

In Jungian therapy, the focus is primarily on the _____ and _______.

  • Here
  • Now

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