Have you ever felt like you learn best in a particular way? These learning styles impact how well we learn under certain conditions. Some students learn best by hearing information while others learn best by seeing it. Some different theories have emerged to describe how students prefer to learn best. One learning style theory is based on the work of analytical psychologist Carl Jung , who developed a theory of psychological types designed to categorize people in terms of various personality patterns.
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Worse still, we take this step with the false presupposition that our truths and our ideals will serve us as hitherto. And according to Jung, there are 4 archetypes, 4 stages that we go through during our lifetime, and these stages are:. At this stage, we are mostly preoccupied with our looks, with the way our body looks. During this stage, we might stay for hours looking and admiring our reflection in the mirror. Our body , our looks are the most important thing to us, nothing else. During this period, this stage, our main concern is to go out there and conquer the world, to do our best, be the best and get the very best, to do what warriors do, and act like warriors act. This is a stage when we continually think of ways to get more than everybody else, a stage of comparison, of defeating those around so we can feel better because we have achieved more as the result of us being the warriors, the brave ones.
Learning Styles Based on Jung's Theory of Personality
By Saul McLeod , published Carl Jung was an early supporter of Freud because of their shared interest in the unconscious. When the International Psychoanalytical Association formed in Jung became president at the request of Freud.
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