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The Association Method - by Carl G. Jung (1910).

Psychological Types - (Chapter 10) by Carl G. Jung (1921).

Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms and Concepts - by Daryl Sharp (1991).
Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms and Concepts - by Daryl Sharp.
Jung Lexicon: A Primer of Terms and Concepts - by Daryl Sharp.

Archetypes - as defined by Carl Jung.
Archetypes - as defined by Carl Jung.

CG Jung Page - was founded in 1995 to encourage new psychological ideas and conversations about what it means to be human in our time and place.

Jungian Analysis and Biology - by Maxson J. McDowell PhD (1999).

The Three Gorillas: An Archetype Orders A Dynamic System - by M.J. McDowell (2001). An archetype-as-such is a pre-existing principle of organization. Within the personality that principle manifests itself as a psychological vortex (a complex) into which we are drawn. The vortex is impersonal. We mediate it through myths and rituals or through consciousness. My hypothesis addresses our spiritual experience of an archetype.

Autism, narcissistic injury: a role for the mother's eyes? - by M.J. McDowell (2004). Autism is associated with several medical conditions, with genetic markers, and with infant visual deprivation. Byrd recently confirmed that the incidence of autism is increasing dramatically. The image of-the-eyes hypotheses suggest that this increase may be linked to increased use of non-maternal childcare for young infants.

Matthew Bennett - Personal webpage for Matthew Bennett, with information and links on Jungian Psychology, alchemy, Gaelic, and more.



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