Abstracts of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung by Carrie L. Rothgeb

By Carrie L. Rothgeb

The ebook should be pleasurable to disciples of Jung, agreeably provocative to fans of alternative theoretical persuasions, and beneficial to all graduate psychoanalysts as a basic refernce instrument.

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Jung, Vol. 2. Princeton University Press, 1973. 649 p. (p. 3-39). In an effort to determine standard reactions of normal people to association stimuli and, in turn, to establish a basis of comparison between normal and mentally disturbed subjects, diagnostic word association studies were conducted with known normal subjects. A total of 38 normal Ss were studied to determine their association patterns and to investigate the effects of attention on the associations. Ss were 9 educated men, 14 educated women, 7 uneducated men, and 8 uneducated women, between the ages of 20 and 50, all judged to be normal.

I. 2nd. , Princeton University Press, 1970. 260 p. (p. 209-218). The inadequacy of expert opinion as to a defendant’s mental competence is illustrated in the case of a woman accused of fraud after obtaining money to pay for a nonexistent winning ticket in the Hungarian lottery. Interesting aspects of the case are that the opinions were based only on reports about the defendant, rather than on personal interviews with her, and that a principle concerning the relation of moral defect to hysteria is involved.

In: Jung, C, Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Vol. 2. Princeton University Press, 1973. 649 p. (p. 221-271). The reaction time ratio was analyzed in 26 of 38 normal subjects, male and female, educated and uneducated, participating in a word association experiment. Reaction times that exceeded the probable mean for the S concerned were examined particularly closely. 8seconds for both educated and uneducated Ss. 0seconds in the uneducated group. The quality of the stimulus word seemed to exert an influence on reaction time.

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