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Psychoanalytic method of Carl Jung as he distinguished it from that of Sigmund Freud. Jung attached less importance than did Freud to the role of childhood sexual conflicts in the development of neurosis. Moreover, he defined the unconscious to include both the individual's own unconscious and that inherited, partly in the form of archetypes, from his or her ancestors (the collective unconscious). He classified people into introvert and extravert types and further distinguished them according to four primary functions of the mindthinking, feeling, sensation, and intuitionone or more of which predominated in any given person.
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