By Adler, Gerhard; Hull, Richard Francis Carrington; Jung, Carl Gustav
At the flip of the final century C. G. Jung begun his profession as a psychiatrist. through the subsequent decade 3 males whose names are well-known within the annals of scientific psychology stimulated his expert improvement: Pierre Janet, below whom he studied on the Salpetriere clinic in Paris; Eugen Bleuler, his leader on the Burgholzli health center in Zurich; and Sigmund Freud, with whom Jung begun corresponding in 1906. it's Bleuler, and to a lesser volume Janet, whose impact bears at the reports in descriptive and experimental psychiatry composing quantity 1 of the gathered Works. this primary quantity of Jung's accumulated Works includes papers that seemed among 1902 and 1905. It opens with Jung's dissertation for the clinical measure: "On the Psychology and Pathology of So-called Occult Phenomena," an in depth research of the case of an hysterical adolescent woman who professed to be a medium. This examine foreshadows a lot of his later paintings and is quintessential to all severe scholars of his psychiatric profession. the quantity additionally contains papers on cryptomnesia, hysterical parapraxes in analyzing, manic temper sickness, simulated madness, and different topics.
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It was communicated that the medium's grandfather was present and would speak to us. There now followed numerous communica tions in quick succession, mostly of an edifying religious char acter, partly in properly formed words and partly with the letters transposed or in reverse order. These latter words and PSYCHIATRIC STUDIES sentences were often produced so rapidly that one could not follow the meaning and only discovered it afterwards by revers ing the letters. Once the messages were interrupted in brusque fashion by a new communication announcing the presence of the writer's grandfather.
Had passed into the somnambu listic state she began to make peculiar movements with her lips, emitting at the same time gulping and gurgling noises. Then she whispered something unintelligible very softly. When this had gone on for some minutes she suddenly began speaking in ON THE PSYCHOLOGY OF SO-CALLED OCCULT PHENOMENA an altered, deep tone of voice. " There now fol lowed several sentences in a religious vein. From their content and language one could see that she was imitating her grand father, who had been a clergyman.
Suddenly she spoke in a loud solemn voice: "Well then, be frightened; I am. I warn you about N's teaching. Look, in hope there is everything needed for faith. You want to know who I am? God gives where one least expects it. " Then unintelligible whispering. After a few minutes she woke up. 53 SEVENTH SITTING. S. W. soon fell asleep, stretched out on the sofa. Very pale. Said nothing, sighed deeply from time to time. " Bent still further forward as if speaking to someone kneeling in front of her.
Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Volume 1: Psychiatric Studies by Adler, Gerhard; Hull, Richard Francis Carrington; Jung, Carl Gustav