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Sandeep Gautam is the author of The Mouse Trap blog , a blog focusing on cognitive psychology and neuroscience, where latest psychological research articles and findings are taken as a springboard to theorize and synthesize across disciplines, and to come up with new conceptual and theoretical frameworks. A software engineer by profession, Sandeep lacks a formal academic background in psychology or neuroscience, but has compensated for that by extensive online and offline self-learning. He can be found on twitter @sandygautam. BPS Research Digest
My early (around 2000) comments on their model: I have a few concerns about their definition and some suggestions I would Jack Mayer and his colleagues to consider. First, I would like to see them focus more on the idea that intelligence is potential.
Collective unconscious is a term of analytical psychology , coined by Carl Jung . It is proposed to be a part of the unconscious mind , expressed in humanity and all life forms with nervous systems, and describes how the structure of the psyche autonomously organizes experience. Jung distinguished the collective unconscious from the personal unconscious , in that the personal unconscious is a personal reservoir of experience unique to each individual, while the collective unconscious collects and organizes those personal experiences in a similar way with each member of a particular species.
For alternate usage, see complexity . A complex is a core pattern of emotions , memories, perceptions, and wishes in the personal unconscious organized around a common theme, such as power or status (Schultz, D. & Schultz, S., 2009). Primarily a psychoanalytic term, it is found extensively in the works of Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud .