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How did Carl Jung's theory of personality differ from Sigmund Freud's theory?
Jung did not believe in archetypes.
Jung believed there were eight psychosocial stages.
Jung believed that children were born with an inferiority complex.
Jung believed in a collective unconscious.
Jung believed that anxiety, not sex, was the driving force in personality and claimed men suffered from "womb envy".