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What kind of a psychologist was Carl Jung?

Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist, was the father of analytical psychology. Jung thought that people share collective unconscious, appearing archetype, including mythology, and sy (MORE)

What did carl jung use to study for?

Carl Jung (1875-1961), Swiss psychiatrist, was the father of analytical psychology. Jung thought that people share collective unconscious, appearing archetype, including mytho (MORE)

Which of these describes the work of Carl Jung?

A+ He classified personalities in the categories of introverts and  extroverts.    Carl Jung was the father of analytical psychology. Jung thought  that people share (MORE)
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Was Carl Jung an atheist?

He was definitely not, although we can't say he was really a classic theist neither, because he was interested only in psychological, "archetypal" God, rather than in problem (MORE)

Book Spotlight - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett

In March 2015 we lost one of the world's greatest literary minds - Sir Terry Pratchett. Terry was suffering from Alzheimer's and fiercely campaigned to raise awareness of the (MORE)
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Who is Carl Jung?

Answer     Carl Gustav Jung (born July 26 1875 and died June 6, 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist, an influential thinker and the founder of analytical psychology known (MORE)
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Carl Jung Who is he?

Carl Jung (1875-1961) was the founder of the school of analytical psychology. He started collaboration with Sigmund Freud in 1907, but broke up in 1912/13, because of disagree (MORE)

What describes the work of carl jung?

Carl Jung performed a lot of studies and experiments during his  years as a psychiatrist. He is known for developing the concepts of  extraversion and introversion, archetyp (MORE)
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What did carl jung do for the country?

Carl Jung (1875-1961), Swiss psychiatrist, was the father of analytical psychology. Jung thought that people share collective unconscious, appearing archetype, including mytho (MORE)