Essentials Of Psychoanalysis by Herbert S. Strean

By Herbert S. Strean

First released in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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CARL JUNG A strong personality like that possessed by Freud attracted and then repelled other strong personalities (Hall & Lindzey, 1957). This was the history of Adler’s and Rank’s relationships to Freud and his ideas and it is also the story of Jung. At one time considered the heir apparent to Freud, Jung became estranged from Freud and founded his own school of psychoanalysis, which became known as Analytical Psychology (Jung, 1915). Copyrighted Material Modifiers of Freud’s Personality Theory 35 One of the distinctive features of Jung’s view of the human being is that it combines teleology with causality.

The completely self-absorbed type, preoccupied with wishful thinking and fantasies. 2. The psychopathic personality. 3. The“negativistic syndrome,”which describes egocentric, negative types. 4. The“incorrigible”person who is hostile and considers himself or herself beyond criticism. 5. Obsessionally ambitious types. 6. Asocial types who fail to see that they have responsibilities to others. In contrast to the psychopath, asocial types have values of their own. Copyrighted Material 50 Essentials of Psychoanalysis 7.

JUNG’S MAJOR CONCEPTS The total personality or“psyche”consists of a number of interacting systems (Hall & Lindzey, 1957; Jung, 1915, 1917, 1928). THE EGO The conscious mind, the ego, is made up of conscious perceptions, memories, thoughts, and feelings. It is responsible for one’s feeling of identity. THE PERSONAL UNCONSCIOUS A region adjoining the ego, the personal unconscious consists of experiences that were once repressed or too weak to make a conscious impression upon the person. COMPLEXES An organized group of feelings, thoughts, perceptions, and memories that exist in the personal unconscious.

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