Chapter 3: Analytical Psychology and Chapter 5: Psychoanalytic Social Psychology

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ANALYTICAL PSYCHOLOGY (CH. 3) "The school of psychology founded by Carl Jung." P.65
PSYCHE (CH. 3) "From the Greek term meaning "breath" or "principle of life," often translated as "soul" or "self." In Jung's theory, the total personality encompassing all psychological processes: thoughts, feelings, sensations, wishes, and so on." P.66
LIBIDO (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an undifferentiated life and psychic energy." P.66
EGO (CH. 3) "The self. In Jung's theory, one's conscious perception of self." P.66
PERSONAL UNCONSCIOUS (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, experiences of an individual's life that have been repressed or temporarily forgotten." P.67
COMPLEX (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an organized group of thoughts, feelings, and memories about a particular concept." P.67
CONSTELLATING POWER (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, the power of a complex to admit new ideas into itself." P.67
COLLECTIVE UNCONSCIOUS (CH. 3) In Jung's theory, a shared, transpersonal unconscious consisting of potential ways of being human." P.68
ARCHETYPE (CH. 3) In Jung's theory, a universal thought form or predisposition to perceive the world in certain ways." P.68
PERSONA (CH. 3) In Jung's theory, an archetype referring to one's social role and understanding of it." P.69
SHADOW (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an archetype that encompasses one's animalistic and unsocial side." P.69
ANIMA (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an archetype representing the feminine side of the male psyche." P.70
ANIMUS (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an archetype representing the masculine side of the female psyche." P.70
SELF (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, a central archetype representing the striving for unity of all parts of the personality." P.70
MANDALA (CH. 3) "A concentrically arranged figure often found as a symbol in the East that denotes wholeness and unity. In Jung's theory, a symbol for the emerging self." P.71
ATTITUDES (CH. 3) "A positive or negative feeling toward an object. In Jung's theory, a basic psychotype." P.73
FUNCTIONS (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, ways of perceiving the environment and orienting experiences." P.73
EXTRAVERSION (CH. 3) "An attitude of expansion in which the psyche is oriented outward to the objective world." P.73
INTROVERSION (CH. 3) "An attitude in which the psyche is oriented inward to the subjective world." P.73
SENSATION (CH. 3) "An attitude in which the psyche is oriented inward to the subjective world." P.73
THINKING (CH. 3) "One of Jung's functions, a preference to use logic and impersonal analysis in coming to conclusions or making judgments." P.73
FEELING (CH. 3) "One of Jung's functions, more concerned with personal values, attitudes, and beliefs in making judgements." P.73
SELF-REALIZATION (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, a drive within the self to realize, fulfill, and enhance one's maximum human potentialities." P.74
TELOS (CH. 3) "A purpose or goal." P.74
SYNCHRONICITY (CH. 3) " In Jung's theory, a drive within the self to realize, fulfill, and enhance one's maximum human potentialities." P.75
INDIVIDUATION (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory of self-realization, a process whereby the systems of the individual psyche achieve their fullest degree of differentiation, expression, and development." P.75
TRANSCENDENCE (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory of self-realization, a process of integrating the diverse systems of the self toward the goal of wholeness and identification with all humanity." P.76
SPIRITUALITY (CH. 3) "A search for meaning or for a power beyond the self rather than an adherence to particular tenets, as in a formal religion." P.76
COMPENSATORY FUNCTIONS (CH. 3) "In Jung's theory, an effort to complement one's conscious side and speak for the unconscious." P.77
AMPLIFICATION (CH. 3) "In Jungian therapy, an analytical method whereby one focuses repeatedly on an element and gives multiple associations to it." P.78
BASIC ANXIETY (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, feelings of insecurity in which the environment as a whole is dreaded because it is seen as unrealistic, dangerous, unappreciative, and unfair." P.112
BASIC EVIL (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, all of the negative factors in the environment that can provoke insecurity in a child." P.113
NEUROTIC NEEDS OR TRENDS (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, exaggerated defense strategies that permit an individual to cope with the world." P.113
PRIMARY MODES OF RELATING (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, three major types of interpersonal coping strategies." P.113
MOVING TOWARD (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three primary modes of relating to other people, in which one accepts his or her own helplessness and becomes compliant in order to depend on others." P.113
MOVING AGAINST (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three primary modes of relating to other people, in which one seeks to protect him- or herself by revenge or controlling others." P.113
MOVING AWAY (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three primary modes of relating to other people, in which one isolates him- or herself and keeps apart." P.113
BASIC ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, fundamental modes of interaction with the world." P.113
SELF-EFFACING SOLUTION (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three basic orientations toward life, which represents an appeal to be loved by others." P.113
SELF-EXPANSIVE SOLUTION (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three basic orientations toward life, which represents a striving for mastery." P.113
RESIGNATION SOLUTION (CH. 5) "One of Horney's three basic orientations, representing the desire to be free of others." P.113
REAL SELF (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, that which a person actually is." P.114
IDEALIZED SELF (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, that which a person thinks he or she should be." P.114
ALIENATION (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, a state in which a person identifies with the ideal self and thereby loses the true and only source of strength, the real or actual self." P.114
TYRANNY OF THE SHOULD (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, creating false needs instead of meeting genuine ones." P.115
WOMB ENVY (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, the concept that men and boys experience jealousy over women's ability to bear and nurse children." P.116
SELF-ANALYSIS (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, a system effort at self-understanding conducted without the aid of a professional." P.118
HYPERCOMPETITIVENESS (CH. 5) "In Horney's theory, American society's sweeping desire to compete and win." P.118
ATTACHMENT THEORY (CH. 5) "A theory developed by Bowlby concerning the tendency to bond with specific other people and experience distress following separation and loss." P.119
WHAT ARE THE THREE STYLES OF INFANT ATTACHMENT PATTERNS? Secure Avoidant Resistant P.119
PARENTING STYLE (CH. 5) "Variations in parenting due to differences in behaviors expressing warmth and control." P.120
AUTHORITARIANISM (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a way of escaping from the problem of freedom through submitting to a new form of domination."
DESTRUCTIVENESS (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a way of escaping from freedom by eliminating others and/or the outside world." P.124
AUTOMATON CONFORMITY (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a way of escaping from freedom by adopting the personality proffered by one's culture." P.124
RELATEDNESS (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, the basic need to relate to and love other people." P.124
TRANSCENDENCE (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, the basic human need to rise above the accidental and passive creatureliness of animal existence and become an active creator." P.124
ROOTEDNESS (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, the basic need to feel that one belongs in the world." P.124
SENSE OF IDENTITY (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, the basic need to feel that one belongs in the world." P.124
FRAME OF ORIENTATION AND OBJECT OF DEVOTION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's thought, the need for a stable thought system by which to organize perceptions and make sense of the environment." P.124
EXCITATION AND STIMULATION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's thought, the need for a stable thought system by which to organize perceptions and make sense of the environment." P.124
RECEPTIVE (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, receptive personalities believe that the only way they can obtain something they want is to receive it from an outside source; they react passively, waiting to be loved." P.125
EXPLOITATIVE ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a character type in which a person exploits others and the world." P.125
HOARDING ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a character type in which the person seeks to save or hoard in order to protect him- or herself from the world." P.125
MARKETING ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a character type in which the person experiences him- or herself as a commodity in the marketplace." P.125
PRODUCTIVE ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, the character type that represents the ideal of humanistic development." P.125
AUTHORITARIAN ETHICS (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a value system whose source lies outside the individual." P.126
HUMANISTIC ETHICS (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a value system that has its source in the individual acting in accord with the law of his or her human nature and assuming full responsibility for his or her existence." P.126
BIOPHILOUS CHARACTER (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a character orientation in which an individual seeks to live life." P.126
NECROPHILOUS CHARACTER (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a character orientation in which an individual is attracted to what is dead and decaying and seeks to destroy life." P.126
HAVING MODE (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a way of existence that relies on possessions." P.126
BEING MODE (CH. 5) "In Fromm's theory, a way of life that depends solely on the fact of existence." P.126
SELF-ORIENTATION (CH. 5) "A new character type, informed by Fromm's theory, that is highly narcissistic." P.127
EGO-ORIENTED CHARACTER (CH. 5) "Funk's suggested addition to Fromm's theory, a typical "doer" compelled to construct reality anew without any boundaries." P.127
TERROR MANAGEMENT THEORY (CH. 5) "A theory suggesting that the awareness and fear of death creates an ever-present prospect of terror and efforts to manage it." P.128
SCIENTISM (CH. 5) "Exclusive reliance on a narrow conception of science, deeming it inadequate for the full comprehension of human nature." P.130
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