PSYCH  Vol.1 No.2 , June 2010
Sex, Lies and Letters: A Sample of Significant Deceptions in the Freud-Jung Relationship
Author(s) Martin S. Fiebert*
This project focuses on an examination of the correspondence between and the writings of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. A core theme in their relationship has been identified as deception, which appears to be correlated with and perhaps the cause of the end of their association. Incidences of mistrust and distrust have been detailed and dis-cussed.

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nullFiebert, M. (2010). Sex, Lies and Letters: A Sample of Significant Deceptions in the Freud-Jung Relationship. Psychology, 1, 113-115. doi: 10.4236/psych.2010.12015.
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