Jung considered personality development critical for the survival of the human race, not just for personal fulfillment, but how can personality be developed? Carol Shumate shows how John Beebe’s revolutionary eight-function/eight-archetype model of personality type can be applied to guide development for each of the sixteen Myers-Briggs types, making explicit the implications of Jung’s eight-function model. Based on reports from participants at Beebe’s workshops and using examples of historic figures like Abraham Lincoln, this is the first book to detail how the unconscious aspects of the functions tend to manifest for each type.

Projection and Personality Development via the Eight-Function Model can assist readers in realizing the transformation that Jung himself experienced. It will be key reading for Jungian analysts and psychotherapists, academics and scholars of Jungian and post-Jungian studies, and practitioners of psychological type.

part I|160 pages

The evolution of psychological type

chapter Chapter 1|24 pages

An Eastern philosophy in Western clothing

chapter Chapter 2|21 pages

Jung's feeling crisis

chapter Chapter 3|24 pages

The personality of science

chapter Chapter 4|11 pages

The purpose of introversion and extraversion

chapter Chapter 5|25 pages

The third dimension of personality type

chapter Chapter 6|53 pages

Our internal team of rivals: Lincoln's example

part II|92 pages


chapter |88 pages

Using the model for personal development

chapter |2 pages