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Sundial: Theoretical Relationship between Psychological Type, Talent, and Disease
     

Sundial: Theoretical Relationship between Psychological Type, Talent, and Disease

by Barbara E. Bryden
 
Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychiatrist, presented the theory of psychological types to the world not long after the First World War. Almost a century later, scientific research supports this theory, showing the connection between psychological type, talent and health. With this historical perspective of contemporary medicine and psychology, the author makes the case

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Carl Jung, the famous Swiss psychiatrist, presented the theory of psychological types to the world not long after the First World War. Almost a century later, scientific research supports this theory, showing the connection between psychological type, talent and health. With this historical perspective of contemporary medicine and psychology, the author makes the case that cognition and behavior associated with personality type relates to certain kinds of diseases. Once this relationship is understood, an individual can best determine a course for prevention and health management. This book is a fascinating read for those interested in the mind-body connection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780935652468
Publisher:
Center for Applications of Physchological Type, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
1.70(w) x 2.80(h) x 0.40(d)

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