New York : London : Free Press ; Collier Macmillan, c1981.
xvi, 334 p.; 24 cm
"Drawing on all of Jung's writings, and many contributions of other Jungian writers, Mary Ann Mattoon has created a comprehensive, systematic, and empirically-based presentation of the major concepts of Jungian psychology."
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In this book, Mary Ann Mattoon has distilled much of Jung's large and complex body of work into a comprehensive, systematic and empirically based presentation of Jung's major concepts and their applications to daily life.
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