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A 5 page paper. There are two sections in this paper. The first is a brief biography of Carl Gustav Jung. The second discusses one of his own personality characteristics and comments on how Maslow, Freud and Erikson would view this characteristic. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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was comprised of educated persons, some of whom were clergymen (Chapman, 2010; Boeree, 2006). His parents spelled his name is a k, i.e., Karl, but he changed it to a
C. Life at ho me was strange, to say the least. His maternal grandfather held weekly conversations with his dead wife while Carls mother and his present wife sat there
listening to it all (Chapman, 2010). Jung began studying Latin at age 6, which may have laid the foundation for his lifelong interest in language and literature. He was
able to read in several languages, including Sanskrit (Boeree, 2006). Despite his love of languages and literature, Jung did not like school and he especially did not like the
competition that was present in schools. He attended a boarding school in Switzerland and would often feign illness. As an adolescent, he was a loner (Boeree, 2006). Initially, Jung wanted
to be an archaeologist but instead, he attended medical school at the University of Basel. While working under Krafft-EBing, a very famous neurologist at the time, Jung decided to focus
on psychiatry (Boeree, 2006). Upon graduation, Jung worked under Eugene Bleuler at the Burghoeltzli Mental Hospital in Zurich (Boeree, 2006). He taught at the university and had a private practice
at the same time. In 1903, Jung married Emma Rauschenbach (Boeree, 2006). June also created work association during those same years. Jung admired Freud and met him in 1907. It
is reported that the two brilliant men talked for 13 hours straight the first time they met. Freud saw Jung as a sort of heir-apparent but Jung never believed in
all of Freuds theories and during a trip to America in 1909, the relationship began to cool (Boeree, 2006). After the First World War, Jung traveled extensively and also entered