Images of Jung's Psychological Types

Introduction

The following images reflect the artist's visual interpretation of Jung's eight psychological types. Each image is accompanied by the quotation from Jung's Psychological Types that inspired the original painting.

The images are presented in a sequence that contrasts the same dominant function in the opposite attitude. Thus, Extraverted Feeling (Fe) is followed by Introverted Feeling (Fi), Extraverted Thinking (Te) is followed by Introverted Thinking (Ti) and so on. This sequence is used to illustrate the notion of type dynamics--that the dominant function manifests quite differently in the opposite attitude.

All images are copyright 1988, Bonnie Boozer. However, images may be used freely (with attribution) for personal and non-commercial use. Images used here are copies of original watercolor paintings. The paintings now are homed at the Center for Applications of Psychological Type.

Note: Click on an image for a larger view of the image.

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