Switzerland, the little country with a total population of 6,000,000, has made a unique contribution to psychology. The two giants in psychology, Carl Gustav Jung and Jean Piaget, are Swiss, the first one German-Swiss and the other French-Swiss. Jung’s main contribution was to personality theory and clinical psychology; Piaget’s main work has been developmental and cognitive studies.
KeywordsIndustrial Psychology Main Field General Assembly Personality Theory Swiss Society
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