Jung/ Analytical:A concentric diagram that was used centuries ago to represent the divine, God, wholeness, and existence, the _________ is still used today as a source of meditation, peace, and harmony, and to indicate one's search for completeness. Each person's _________ is, of course, unique, and symbolic of his or her own path toward wholeness. Skinner/ Behavior: "Skinner box" (the name sometimes given to describe the box Skinner used when studying rats, pigeons, and other animals). The myth even went further: "She went psychotic" or "she committed suicide" because of "the box." This myth was to haunt Skinner for the rest of his life, as people would come up to him and ask how his poor daughterwas doing. In reality, his daughter was doing great, was not brought up in a box, and today, Deborah Skinner Buzan is married and a successful artist in London. In fact, ask either of Skinner's daughters today, and they will describe a warm, caring father who was very much present in their lives.