analytic psychology

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analytic psychology

[‚an·əl′id·ik sī′käl·ə·jē]
(psychology)
A theoretical system attributed to Carl Jung that minimizes the influence of sexual factors in emotional disorders and stresses mystical religious influences. Also known as Jungian psychology.
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A melding of Jungian psychoanalysis, Gestalt theory and statistical modeling, the MindSet Test utilizes mathematical algorithms and more than 50,000 proprietary sets of 18 word-pairs to accurately create a custom MindSet Score and map individuals into one of 17 MindSet Categories.
Today's Jungian Psychoanalysis has evolved into a very open and highly diversified school of psychological thought and therapy.