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Analytical psychology
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Analytical psychology

Analytical psychology is a school of Depth Psychology based upon the movement started by Carl Jung and his followers as distinct from the (at the time) Freudian-dominated psychoanalysis. It is based on the concept that we are not aware of our personal unconscious and its concomitant forces and processes. Moreover, Jung also identified a Collective Unconscious.

Analytical Psychology distinguishes several psychological types or temperaments.

Table of contents
1 Attitude Types
2 Ego function types
3 External links

Attitude Types

Ego function types

These Psychological Types are the foundation of the
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), which adds two more types:

External links

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