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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 Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, 2018.

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Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (284 pages) : 40 illustrations
Contents part Part I Introduction -- chapter 1 Qualitative research in Analytical Psychology: current perspectives and future opportunities / Joseph Cambray -- part Part II Approaching qualitative research in Analytical Psychology -- chapter 2 Jungian research and postmodernism: an antinomial approach / Elizabeth Eowyn Nelson -- chapter 3 The correspondences of C. G. Jung: a rich resource / Thomas B. Kirsch -- part Part III Research on symbolic aspects of the psyche -- chapter 4 Some remarks concerning archetypal theory and its epistemology / François Martin- Vallas -- chapter 5 The cultural complex theory: scientific and mythopoetic ways of knowing / Thomas Singer -- part Part IV Research on consciousness and emotion -- chapter 6 The spectrums of emotion: in mythologies, philosophies, Analytical Psychology, and the neurosciences / Beverley Zabriskie -- chapter 7 Jung and meditation: one path toward investigation / Morgan Stebbins -- part Part V A complex systems approach to the psyche -- chapter 8 Research on synchronicity: status and prospects / Roderick Main -- chapter 9 Complexity, ecology, symbolism, and synchronicity / Joseph Cambray -- chapter 10 The Tibetan Book of the Dead needs work: a proposal for research into the geometry of individuation / George B. Hogenson -- part PART VI Cross- cultural research -- chapter 11 The loss and recovery of transcendence: perspectives of Jungian psychology and the Hua- Yen School of Buddhism / Toshio Kawai -- chapter 12 Psychotherapy research in times of change / Grazina Gudaitė -- chapter 13 The loss of psychological infrastructure in the "ubiquitous" self- consciousness of our times / Yasuhiro Tanaka -- chapter 14 Cultural complexes and cultural identity in Brazil: the development of an individual identity / Walter Boechat -- part Part VII A glance towards the future -- chapter 15 Going forward / Joseph Cambray.
Summary Research in Analytical Psychology: Applications from Scientific, Historical, and Cross-Cultural Research is a unique collection of chapters from an international selection of contributors, reflecting the contemporary field of research in Analytical Psychology with a focus on qualitative and mixed-methods research.Presented in seven parts, this volume offers unique qualitative research that highlights approaches to understanding the psyche and investigating its components, and offers a Jungian perspective on cultural forces affecting individual psychology. The book brings forward the connections between Analytical Psychology and other disciplines including neuroscience, psychotherapy research, developmental research, Freudian psychoanalysis, and cultural studies. Part I provides an introduction to the volume, establishes the nature of qualitative and interdisciplinary research and its applications for research in other fields, and outlines the presented work. Part II, Approaching Qualitative Research in Analytical Psychology, examines postmodernism and the value a Jungian perspective offers, and introduces Jung's correspondence as an emerging resource. Part III, Research on Symbolic Aspects of the Psyche, looks at archetypal theory and cultural complex theory. Part IV, Research on Consciousness and Emotion, presents chapters on meditation and the spectrums of emotion in mythologies, philosophy, Analytical Psychology, and the neurosciences. Part V, A Complex Systems Approach to the Psyche, addresses research on synchronicity, the geometry of individuation, and complexity, ecology, and symbolism. Part VI, Cross-Cultural Research, contains chapters concerning transcendence, psychosocial transformation, psychological infrastructure, and cultural complexes and cultural identity. Part VII concludes the volume by setting directions for potential areas of future study and collaboration. Each chapter provides an overview of research in a specific area and closes with potential directions for future investigation. The book will enable practitioners and researchers to evaluate the empirical status of their concepts and methods and, where possible, set new directions. It also presents the significance of contemporary Analytical Psychology and offers opportunities for cross-discipline collaboration and fertilization.This book will be essential reading for analytical psychologists in practice and in training, academics and students of Analytical Psychology and post-Jungian ideas, and academics and students of other disciplines seeking to integrate methods from Analytical Psychology into their research. It is complemented by its companion volume, Research in Analytical Psychology: Empirical Research.
Other author Cambray, Joseph, editor.
Sawin, Leslie, editor.
Taylor and Francis.
Subject Jung & Analytical Psychology.
Research Methods for Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Analytical Psychology.
Applications.
Cambray.
Cross-Cultural.
Historical.
Interdisciplinary.
Research.
Sawin.
Scientific.
Jungian psychology -- Research.
ISBN 9781315448572 (e-book: Mobi) (e-book : PDF)