A Primer of Jungian Psychology
by Calvin S. Hall & Vernon J. Nordby
New American Library, 1973, paperback,
Very Good Condition, some shelf and edge wear
'The contributors of Carl Jung to our understanding of the human psyche cannot be overestimated. His concepts of the collective unconscious, archetypal personality patterns, extroversion and introversion; his inquiry into the functions of thought, instinct, and feeling; his masterful investigations of the roots and meanings of dreams - all have had profound and far-reaching influence.
This long-needed condensation and summary of Carl Jung's life and work is written with both extraordinary clarity and deep understanding. It offers the reader exciting intellectual stimulation and opens up important vistas of knowledge and exploration.'