Research in Analytical Psychology (2 Volumes Set): 'Applications from Scientific, Historical, and Cross-Cultural Research' and 'Empirical Research'
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.
Research in Analytical Psychology: Empirical Research provides an original overview of empirical research in analytical psychology, focusing on quantitative and qualitative methods. This unique collection of chapters from an international range of contributors covers all the major concepts of analytical psychology and provides a strong empirical foundation.
Table of Contents
Research in Analytical Psychology: Empirical Research (edited by Christian Roesler)Roesler & Cambray, Introduction. Kime, Psychological Empiricism and Naturalism. Part 1: Basic Concepts. Roesler & van Uffelen, Complexes and the Unconscious. Sotirova-Kohli, Experimental Approach to the Study of the Archetype. De Coro, Analytical Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Psychology. Part 2: Psychotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Methods. Roesler, The Effectiveness of Jungian Psychotherapy: State of the art. Keller, Quality Management and Empirical Research Activities in Jungian Psychotherapy in Germany. Ramos & da Matta, Sandplay: A method for data analysis. Roesler, Jungian Dream Interpretation and Empirical Dream Research. Kron, Dreaming Under Fire: The Psyche in Times of Continuous Stress. Krapp, Pictures of Transformation and the Therapist’s Symbolic Attitude. Merchant, Research on Training: Findings from the Evaluation of the IAAP’s International Router Training Programme. Part 3: Trauma. Cambray, Neuroscientific Studies of Trauma applied to Jungian Psychology. Lan, Education for the Heart: Healing of the Traumatized Children in China. Feldman, The Cultural Skin: Some Reflections on Infant Observation Research in Russia and China. Part 4: Synchronicity. Atmanspacher, Psychophysical Correlations, Synchronicity, and Meaning. Roesler, Synchronistic Experiences in Psychotherapy: An ongoing study.
Research in Analytical Psychology: Applications from Scientific, Historical, and Cross-Cultural Research (edited by Joseph Cambray and Leslie Sawin)
Cambray, Roesler & Sawin, Introduction. Nelson, Jungian Research and Postmodernism: Contributions from the continuously creative psyche. Part 1: Historical Research in Analytical Psychology. Sorge, Historical Research in – and Historiography of - Analytical Psychology. Kirsch, History of the Jungian Movement. Part 2: Applications from Science to Analytical Psychology. Zabriskie, The Affective Psyche in C. G. Jung and Contemporary Neuroscience. Vallas, Some Remarks Concerning Archetypal Theory and its Epistemology. Hogenson, The Mathematics of Symbolic Structures. Main, Research on Synchronicity: Status and prospects. Cambray, Complexity, Ecological Systems and Synchronicity. Stebbins, Jung and Meditation: Images and Emptiness. Part 3: (Cross-) Cultural Research. Kawai, The Difference of Therapeutic Process, Training and Relationship in the West and East. Tanaka, The Ubiquitous Self-consciousness in Post-modern Times. Boechat, Cultural Complexes and Cultural Identity in Brazil. Singer, Studies of Cultural Complexes in a Multi-Cultural World. Shen, Naming, Taming and Timing, Analytical Psychology and Chinese Culture.
Joe Cambray, Ph.D., is CEO-President of Pacifica Graduate Institute; he is Past-President of the International Association for Analytical Psychology and has served as the U.S. Editor for The Journal of Analytical Psychology. He was a faculty member at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital, Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, and former President of the C.G. Jung Institute of Boston. He has published numerous books and articles and lectures internationally.
Leslie Sawin previously served as co-program director at the Jung Society of Washington, USA, and has designed programs, such as ‘Jung and Aging’ at the Library of Congress, to bring Jungian ideas to the community.
Christian Roesler, Ph.D., Dipl.-Psych., is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences in Freiburg, Germany, and lecturer of Analytical Psychology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. He is also a Jungian psychoanalyst in private practice in Freiburg and a member of the faculty of the C.G. Jung-Institutes in Stuttgart and Zurich.