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How did Carl Jung revise Sigmund Freud's theory of personality?
Jung completely rejected the idea of unconscious forces in personality.
Jung emphasized feelings of inferiority over feelings of shame as the primary driver of personality.
Jung added a "collective unconscious," which contains general memories and themes that are common across people and cultures.
Jung emphasized social relationships rather than individual feelings as the primary driver of personality.
Jung subjected Freud's theories to rigorous scientific testing and found little evidence for defense mechanism but strong support for Freud's psychosexual stages.