Austrian theoretical physicist Wolgang Pauli discovered the exclusion principle and also made a significant contribution to the theory of spin. In 1931, following his divorce from his first wife and shortly after his postulation of the neutrino, he had a nervous breakdown. During that period, he recorded close to 1400 dreams, many of which were archetypal in nature. Pauli subsequenlty consulted psychologist Carl Jung who analyzed 400 of those dreams. Numerous books explore the analytic relationship between the two men and Jung's analysis of Pauli's dreams.
Carl Jung, Wolfgang Pauli, Paul Dirac.