Jung's Typology in Perspective
- Author: Spoto, Angelo
- Pub or Rev Date: Rev. 1995
- ISBN: 0933029934
- Availability: Available to borrow
"Revised and expanded, this new edition is a comprehensive guide that addresses the relationship of type development and personal transformation to the individuation process, the underlying drive toward wholeness; relates the emergence of typology as it occurred in C. G. Jung's own thought; analyzes the popular Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and other type inventories as rewarding alternatives or complements to myth, story, and dream analysis; and places typology in perspective to Jung's larger model of human psychology, making all of Jung's work more accessible, practical, and less intimidating."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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| Lib Title || Jung's Typology in Perspective |
| Lib Source Type || Donated |
| Lib Source Name || Robin Wiley |
| Lib Aq Date || 06/01/2009 |
| Lib Copies || 1 |