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A Swiss psychiatrist and protégé of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of balancing opposing forces of conscious and unconscious thought.

A. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of balancing
B. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuation of the process of balancing
C. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of the balance of
D. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuation of the process of the balance of
E. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuing process of balancing
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A, B, & C are incorrect because they say they say the "theory" is a swiss psychiatrist. That leaves D and E. E is clearly the better choice because it is much more precise than D. D is unnecessarily wordy and is just overall a bad sentence.
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A Swiss psychiatrist and protégé of Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of balancing opposing forces of conscious and unconscious thought.

    A. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of balancing
    B. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuation of the process of balancing
    C. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of the balance of
    D. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuation of the process of the balance of
    E. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuing process of balancing


A. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of balancing
B. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuation of the process of balancing
C. Carl Jung’s theory of analytical psychology focused on the continuing process of the balance of
D. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuation of the process of the balance of
E. Carl Jung developed the theory of analytical psychology, which focused on the continuing process of balancing

We need an active noun after comma. A, B, & C are out as they all are using possessive noun "Carl Jung’s theory".

For D & E, we need a VERBing modifier after "process of" as the non - underlined part starts with "opposing".

In (D) "the balance of" and "opposing" are not parallel.

Answer choice (E) provides the same "balancing".

Therefore (E).
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Options A,B and C are eliminated because it mentions that theory is a psychiatrist whereas Carl Jung is a Swiss psychiatrist. In Option D "continuation of the process of the balance of" is wordy and there is lot of redundancy. Option E is crisp and conveys clear intended meaning hence E
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