Analytical Psychology

The Blues

On 10 September Martin Johnson wrote: Would you help me and post the following requests: Interested in articles, comments, papers, directions, on various Jungian archetypes revealed through blues lyrics!

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Jung's Shadow: Two Troubling Essays by Jung

Jung was, in 1936, trying to figure out what was happening in Germany. The results of his considerations he put down in an essay called "Wotan", in which he tried to understand the German situation by means of the mythology around the Germanic god Odin, a.k.a. Wotan.

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Predictive Validity of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Chapter 5)

Hypothesis 1, that CPS scores would be positively associated with counseling difficulty was supported. However, the association was weak for the total sample. Further analysis revealed that CPS is moderately predictive when used with extraverted clients presenting one of three diagnostic conditions--alcohol/drugs, family violence, or depression.

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Predictive Validity of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Chapter 1)

The purpose of this study is to introduce a new and potentially helpful concept, a composite preference score developed from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), and to determine whether the sum of the four preference scores that make up the composite preference score are predictive indicators useful to counselors in treatment planning and counseling intervention.

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Activacion de la Dinamica Muerte--Renacimiento I

Después de un lapso temporal de asimilación de los gravísimos hechos acontecidos el pasado día 11 de septiembre, me decido a escribir en este ensayo algunas de mis reflexiones, nacidas de la experiencia interior y de su conexión con los acontecimientos sucedidos.

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