Carl Jung Essay Topics

Personality Overview

This paper will analyze the strengths and limitations of two theories. Those theories are the interpersonal theory of Henry S. Sullivan and the analytical psychological theory of Carl G. Jung. This paper will compare and contrast interpersonal theory and analytical theory in relationship to basic or underlying assumptions, deterministic versus free will, and awareness of… View Article

Archetypes and the Hunger Games

Archetypes, as defined by the Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung, are the “contents of the collective unconscious”. Similar to motifs, archetypes are the “deposits of the constantly repeated experiences of humanity”; they are universally understood symbols and patterns that have occurred and continue to occur in art and literature. In The Hunger Games, there are… View Article

Paranormal Belief and Personality Traits

This study looks at the relation between the belief in the paranormal and different personality traits. There are two ways of looking at belief in the paranormal this study will look at the people who believe and those who somewhat believe and analyze their personalities traits. Hypothesis: This study examined two contrasting views of paranormal… View Article

Symbolism in English Literature

According to Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, an archetype is a symbolic formula that begins to work wherever there are no conscious ideas present. They are innate universal psychic dispositions that form the substrate from which the basic themes of human life emerge[1]. The archetype is experienced in projections, powerful affect images, symbols, moods, and behavior… View Article

Lord of the Flies and Psychology

William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, narrates the story of a group of English boys as they struggle to survive on an uncharted, uninhabited island. The boy’s airplane crashes into the island and kills any adults on board — leaving the boys to fend for themselves. Ralph and Piggy meet each other first and, upon… View Article

Sigmund Freud

Carl Jung worked with Sigmund Freud, who assumed the unconscious mind was a personal thing within an individual . But Carl Jung saw the unconscious mind as the inherited part of the human psyche that could not be developed from personal experience. The collective unconscious is expressed through archetypes, which are universal symbols and thoughts… View Article

Ashley Fields Disseration

Ashley Floyd Fields This dissertation examines the concept of intuition in decision-making by means of a Literature Review and a study of measures within organizations. In the Literature Review, the nature and experience of the use of intuitive skills and abilities will be examined and discussed. Research questions regarding the relationship between intuitive-type thought processes… View Article

Solomon, Consumer Behaviour

When we say personality, actually everyone can understand what it is meant to be but actually it is hard to define a formal description of “Personality”. One answer can lie in the concept of personality, which refeers to a person’s unique psychological make up and how it concsistently influences the ay a person’s responds to… View Article

Personality Overview

Personality is a trait that every one possesses. What are the people’s thoughts, how do they feel, and how does people behave and what causes people to contain these predisposition are questions asked by personality theory and their research. Social Psychology and Developmental Psychology have united to form as a subject matter in Psychology, and… View Article

Personality Overview

Two theories of personality covered in the readings is explored, contrasted, and compared. Alder’s Individual Psychology and Jung’s Analytical Psychology is the chosen two for this personality overview. In addition to comparison, contrasting, and exploring the two theories, this overview will cover determinism verses free will and awareness of self. Jung’s theory, according Feist and… View Article

Freud’s Theory of Id, Ego, Superego

Sigmund Freud believed that our mind always have conflicts with itself. Anxiety and unhappiness is the main symptoms for this situation. Bertha Pappenhein alias Anna O case is one of the classic case study by Freud (Stevenson, 1996). Anna O is a young girl in her early twenties; she was a patient of Dr. Breuer…. View Article

Alfred and Jungian

Alfred Adler posited that we develop styles of life that compensate for innate feelings of inferiority. To overcome such feelings, he stated, we strive for a sense of superiority, defined as a desire to achieve emotional health and completeness. However, Adler believed that individuals are often victims of faulty assumptions or inaccurate perceptions of their… View Article

Personality psychology

“We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more” (Carl Gustav Jung). Ever since humans looked toward the sky for some kind of… View Article

Jungian Analysis and Therapy

Like his mentor Sigmund Freud, Carl Gustav Jung also believes in the existence of the unconscious. However, he does not see the unconscious as animalistic, instinctual or sexual; he sees it as more spiritual. Eventually, Jung split with Freud due to their differing views on dreams. He uses dream materials, active imagination and fantasy approaches…. View Article

Electra complex in “The House on Zapote Street”

Our parents are the best treasure that we could have in our life. They are the reason why we exist in this beautiful creation of God, our world. From the moment of our conception until our age of adolescence we are still under the supervision of our parents. But when the right time comes and… View Article