Jungian (adjective)

  1. Related to the theories and concepts of Carl Jung, especially his concept of the collective unconscious and the archetypes.
  2. Related to the school of psychology founded by Carl Jung.
  3. Relating to the analytic psychology of Carl Jung.

Origin:

The word jungian comes from the name of carl jung, a swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who developed many theories and concepts in psychoanalysis and depth psychology.

Examples:

  1. The jungian concept of the collective unconscious is one of the most important in his theory.
  2. The jungian theory of the archetype is still widely studied today.
  3. He is a jungian analyst.
  4. She is well-versed in jungian psychology.
  5. The book is a jungian interpretation of the psyche.
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