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Planning to Pursue B.A. Psychology? Here are 5 Fascinating Facts on Carl Jung for Inspiration

There are no two ways that psychology is a very interesting subject to study. A bachelor of arts in psychology is an excellent stepping stone for students interested in studying human psychology and behaviour. The degree opens up several career opportunities in areas ranging from counselling to social work. If you are interested in B.A. psychology, you will get to read a lot about Carl Jung and his theories. Jung is recognized as one of the most influential psychiatrists of all time.

If you are interested in B.A. Psychology, here are 6 fascinating facts on Carl Jung:

  1. He coined the terms “introverted” and “extraverted”: It was 1921, when Jung published his theory on extraverts and introverts. He believed that introverts gain energy from such encounters while introverts focus their energy inwards, towards more solitary and thoughtful activities.
  2. He thought he was two people: Interestingly, Jung identified himself as two persons within himself. He called them No. 1 and No. 2. A loner as a child, Jung believed that the No. 1 was the child of his parents and times. No. 2 was a timeless individual with no definable character. His thoughts on two personalities provided the basis for his ideas on ego and self.
  3. He came with the theory of complex: Jung was among the first to come with the theory of complex. He believed that a complex is a collection of thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and memories that focus on a single concept. This theory he developed when he was at an asylum, where he noticed that patients had different reactions to certain words. Those reactions drove Jung to explore the idea of a “complex.”
  4. He wrote a book on UFOs: While Jung’s contribution to the field of psychology is well-known. What is not known is that he wrote a book titled Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies, in 1958. Interestingly, the book was more about the human mind than whether the aliens actually existed or not.  Jung explored what drives the human mind to entertain the idea of aliens.
  5. He collaborated with Nobel-winning physicist: The fact that Jung and Sigmund Freud were good friends (though the friendship was short-lived) is not surprising given that the two developed theories together and had mutual affinity for each other. Jung had an “unlikely friendship” with theoretical physicist Wolfgang Pauli. For years, the two exchanged correspondence on the nature of reality through the dual lens of physics and psychology.

Kickstart your career in psychology with our B.A. psychology degree course

At, Unitedworld School Of Liberal Arts & Mass Communication, Karnavati University, we offer B.A. Psychology course that is designed to deliver an academic experience that fosters intellectual curiosity and a critical thought process. As part of the course, you will get to study not just traditional subjects such as gender studies, cultural studies and environmental studies but also new-age subjects such as image management, personal branding and mind-life balance. If you loved reading the above article, we are sure you will find these facts on Viktor Frankl and Abraham Maslow fascinating.