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Dichotomies of the mind : a systems science model of the mind and personality / Walter Lowen, with the assistance of Lawrence Miike.

; Miike, Lawrence H
New York : Wiley, [1982] .
ISBN 0471083313, 9780471083313

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Other Authors Miike, Lawrence H.
Subjects Ergonomie.
Human engineering.
Intellect.
Intelligence.
Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961.
Jung, Carl Gustav, 1875-1961.
Kognitiver Prozess.
Modell.
Modelltheorie.
Personality.
Personnalité
Persönlichkeit.
Persönlichkeitspsychologie.
Psychologie -- Philosophie.
Psychologie.
Psychology -- Philosophy.
Social systems.
Systèmes sociaux.
Description xii, 314 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1982]
©1982
Notes "A Wiley-Interscience publication."
Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-307).
Also issued online.
In memory of Mrs. Daoma Winston Strasberg, CCAS, BA, 1946. DGW LOCAL
Contents pt. I. Introduction and preview. 1. A preview. 2. Ambi-syn-anti (both with and against). 3. Reader orientation (on dichotomous modeling). 4. The architect as organizer (the power of schematic diagrams) -- part 2. The static model: the map of capacities. 5. The four-pole model (an introduction to Jungian concepts). 6. The eight-pole model. 7. The sixteen-pole model (a complete description of the map of capacities). 8. Transactions and their interpretations. 9. The progressive awakening of the field of consciousness -- Part III. The dynamic model: the profile. 10. The difference between a profile and the map of capacities. 11. Individuation--the key to stability in personality. 12. The many aspects of entropy. 13. Levels of consciousness (a preview of how levels of consciousness predicate a profile). 14. Roles. 15. The profile -- Part IV. Applications of the model. 16. Profile interpretation. 17. Interpersonal relations. 18. Creativity. 19. On human factors -- Part V. Conclusions and afterthoughts. 20. Structural interrelationships (more on the key dichotomy of consciousness) -- Appendix A. The subsets of the mind (an integrative approach, viewing the four- and eight-pole models as subsets of the 16-pole model) -- Appendix B. Simulation.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)8281900
(OCoLC)ocm08281900
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WorldCat Identities Lowen, Walter, 1921-
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