Jungian

Jungian

[yoong-ee-uhn]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to Carl G. Jung or his theories, especially of archetypes and the collective unconscious.
noun
2.
an advocate or follower of Jung's theories.

Origin:
1930–35; Jung + -ian

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Jungian (ˈjʊŋɪən)
 
adj
of, following, or relating to C. G. Jung, his system of psychoanalysis, or to analytical psychology

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Jungian
1933, "of or pertaining to the psychoanalytic school of Dr. Carl Gustav Jung" (1875-1961).
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Jungian Jung·i·an (yung'ē-ən)
adj.

  1. Relating to or described by Carl Gustav Jung.

  2. Maintaining Jung's psychological theories.

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