Carl Gustav Jung Traig Traylor Alicia Garrett Unconscious Archetypes: ● present in every person ● Studied dreams, visions, paintings, poetry, folk stories, myths, and religion ● cultures share certain myths ● influence our thoughts and feelings ● build the foundation of our personalities Early Life: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Born July 26, 1875 in Kesswil, Switzerland Fourth but only surviving child classmate pushed him to the ground causing him to lose consciousness later explained as his first encounter with neurosis 1903, married Emma Rauschenbach while married had multiple relationships studied medicine went into field of psychiatry in 1903 graduated from University of Basel with medical degree Personal life: ● Worked with psychiatric patients at University of Zurich asylum ● became good friends with Sigmund Freud, whom impacted jungs later theories ● later separated from Freud’s theory ● Formed his own theory called Analytical Psychology ● believed human psyche exists in 3 parts: The ego, The personal unconscious, The collective unconscious ● Jung separated from the freudian theory ● has books that were published and unpublished ● Jung died in his house june 6, 1961 in Zurich Theory: ● People inherit instincts and urges from ancestors known as the collective unconscious ● Collective and personal unconscious combine to make personalities Ego/Personalities Consciousness Personal unconscious Collective unconscious Ancestral memories/information that will never be made conscious Theory: Archetypes: ● Patterns, images, symbols that come from our collective unconscious. ● Shapes perception of world ● Found in dreams, stories, images etc…. Theory: ● Collective unconscious: Inherited instincts & urges ● ancestral experiences that are inherited & reflect experiences in humanity Theory: Personal unconscious: ● Information present in the mind but not easily accessed by the conscious mind (repressed memories) Theory: Consciousness: ● ability to react to your environment, ability to use your brain to obtain knowledge or awareness Theory: Ego/Personality: ● self esteem/importance ● feelings and emotions ● extroverted and introverted personalities ● Temperament and the environment create the physical core of personalities. Theory: Ego/Personalities ● (Nature) Heredity: physical Consciousness & psychological characteristics passed from Personal unconscious parents 2 children. ● Genes carry out heredity Collective info. unconscious ● Instincts and urges Ancestral memories inherited, present but not conscious accessable Theory: Ego/Personalities ● Establishes appearance of people Consciousness ● cultures share beliefs, stories Personal told & understood based on unconscious recurring past experiences. Collective ● Temperament and unconscious environment = personalityAncestral memories ● Analytic psychology: conscious conscious thoughts are expressions of dreams Work cited: “Understanding Psychology”Richard A. Kasschau, PH.D Glencoe 2008 Dr. C. George Boeree "Carl Jung." Carl Jung. Web. Copyright 2006 <http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/jung.html>. Matt Tower "Carl Gustav Jung." Carl Gustav Jung. Web. copyright 2002 Dreamfire production <http://faculty.frostburg.edu/mbradley/psyography/carljung.html>. Cherry, Kendra. "Carl Jung Biography." About Education. N.p., 2015. Web. 14 Apr. 2015. <http://psychology.about.com/od/profilesofmajorthinkers/p/jungprofile.htm>.