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A Library Guide to Jung's Collected Works

Explore Jungian psychology resources available from the Pacifica Graduate Library

Reference publications: Psyche

Jung on the Psyche

Jung's essays on the Psyche from the Collected Works:

Additional resources on Psyche


Books available from the library:


Journal articles available from the library:

Colman, W. (2017). Soul in the world: Symbolic culture as the medium for psyche. The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 62(1), 32–49.


Corbett, L., & Whitney, L. (2016). Jung and non-duality: Some clinical and theoretical implications of the self as totality of the psyche. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 8(1), 15–27.


Franz, M. L. von. (1975). Psyche and matter in alchemy and modern science. Quadrant, 8(1), 33–49.

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Lockhart, R. A. (1980). Psyche in hiding. Quadrant, 13(1), 76–105.

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Preston, E. M. (1987). Psyche revisited: A contemporary view of feminine consciousness in the myth of Eros and Psyche. Anima, 13((3), (2), 87–96.

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Wolff, T. (1995). Structural forms of the feminine psyche. Psychological Perspectives: A Semiannual Journal of Jungian Thought, 31(1), 77–90.

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Zabriskie, B. (2000). The psyche as a process. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 10((3), 389–402.