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  • Introversion vs Extroversion: A Jungian Perspective

    Carl Gustav Jung (1875 – 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. While his predecessor, Sigmund Feud, explored the personal unconscious, Carl Jung studied and developed the unconscious further to show the collective unconscious, which represents a form of the unconscious common to mankind as a whole. Carl Jung was the … Continue reading “Introversion vs Extroversion: A Jungian Perspective”

  • Valid or pseudo science? A brief history of the MBTI

    Carl Jung and cognitive functions Carl Gustav Jung (1875 – 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. He was one of the best students and confidants of Sigmund Freud, a forefather of modern psychology who is well known for the discovery and study of the unconscious. The unconscious is defined as … Continue reading “Valid or pseudo science? A brief history of the MBTI”

  • The importance of having strong sense of self

    What is a sense of self Your sense of self refers to your perception of the collection of characteristics that define you. It refers to what you think are your personality traits, strength and weaknesses, like or dislikes, moral values and your goals and aspirations… Why is it important? Self-confidence Having a strong sense of … Continue reading “The importance of having strong sense of self”

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