Complex refers to the name given by Jung to autonomous or semi-autonomous psychic structures within the personal unconscious that compete with the ego for psychic energy.

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"Complex" is in the HS Code "2826"
  Fluorides; Fluorosilicates, Fluoroaluminates And Other Complex Fluorine Salts.

"Complex" is in the UNSPSC Code "41112904"
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Complex refers to the name given by Jung to autonomous or semi-autonomous psychic structures within the personal unconscious that compete with the ego for psychic energy.
List of books: Complex
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Complex is defined as a group of associated feelings, thoughts, and memories that have intense emotional content. Complexes may have elements from a personal and collective unconscious. To Carl Jung, Complex is a core or pattern of emotions, memories, perceptions, and wishes in the personal unconscious organized around a common theme, such as power or status. To Murray, it is a normal pattern of childhood development that influences the adult personality; childhood developmental stages include the claustral, oral, anal, urethral, and genital complexes.
List of books: Complex

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