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Neo-Freudians: Jung


This lesson will examine Jung's theory of the unconscious and archetypes.

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This lesson will examine Jung's theory of the unconscious and archetypes.

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Terms to Know

Universal thought forms from our species' collective ancestry.


Social individuals who find energy from being around others, often have a wide array of friends.


Individuals who find energy from being alone, often have a few close friends.