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Kheurabadi F, kheirabadi K. Status of racial patterns in the collective subconscious mind. frooyesh. 2017; 6 (3) :7-18
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Environmental and life conditions of human, over years, have caused changes in human behavior and perception, like their physical changes, in line with more consistency with the environment. The behavioral and perceptional adaptations that is the result of sedimentation of past human experiences like predefined patterns affect our perception and behavior, patterns that are transferred through inheritance to future generations and if shared among all human beings, they are called Jungian archetypes. In fact, the collective subconscious, as part of mind, is the place of storage and accumulation of experiences and memories of past generations that contains these adapted traits. What has been addressed in psychological research, is common patterns among human beings, but since the creation of the adaptations depends on the human life circumstances and the condition is sharply different for different countries, so cannot we speak about patterns that are unique to human societies as well? To investigate this question in this research, inductive method and desk studies are taken advantage. Our findings confirm the research hypotheses that is presence of specific patterns of various communities in the collective patterns in human unconscious mind; that is there are patterns in the collective subconscious mind of people of the any race that are not specific to the same race and are not general to all human beings. Therefore, we recommend to use the patterns as resources of human experience in a particular environment in using unconscious mind.

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Type of Article: Analysis | Subject: Social psychology
Received: 2016/09/13 | Revised: 2019/10/9 | Accepted: 2016/11/22 | ePublished: 2017/12/24

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