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Title Research in analytical psychology : applications from scientific, historical, and cross-cultural research / edited by Joseph Cambray and Leslie Sawin
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018


Description 1 online resource (xiii, 269 pages)
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Part I Introduction; 1 Qualitative research in Analytical Psychology: current perspectives and future opportunities; Part II Approaching qualitative research in Analytical Psychology; 2 Jungian research and postmodernism: an antinomial approach; 3 The correspondences of C.G. Jung: a rich resource; Part III Research on symbolic aspects of the psyche; 4 Some remarks concerning archetypal theory and its epistemology; 5 The cultural complex theory: scientific and mythopoetic ways of knowing; Part IV Research on consciousness and emotion
6 The spectrums of emotion: in mythologies, philosophies, Analytical Psychology, and the neurosciences; 7 Jung and meditation: one path toward investigation; Part V A complex systems approach to the psyche; 8 Research on synchronicity: status and prospects; 9 Complexity, ecology, symbolism, and synchronicity; 10 The Tibetan Book of the Dead needs work: a proposal for research into the geometry of individuation; Part VI Cross-cultural research; 11 The loss and recovery of transcendence: perspectives of Jungian psychology and the Hua-Yen School of Buddhism
12 Psychotherapy research in times of change; 13 The loss of psychological infrastructure in the "ubiquitous" self-consciousness of our times; 14 Cultural complexes and cultural identity in Brazil: the development of an individual identity; Part VII A glance towards the future; 15 Going forward; Index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 08, 2018)
Subject Jungian psychology -- Research
Form Electronic book
Author Cambray, Joseph, editor
Sawin, Leslie
LC no. 2018002711
ISBN 9781315448602