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Psychosocial Pressure Summary

In the matrix below, the provisional Framework Names are provided in the top row with the critical psychosocial pressure just below. That pressure determines the particular PH-L required in the emergent re-ordered Root Level Tree.

Remember that the elements in the Trees were given in advance: they emerged from investigation of the oscillating duality.

It is not obvious why the frameworks have the elements that they do without invoking the logic of the analytic schema for handling life's challenges. The provisional verbal modifiers of the elements have been developed in the present inquiry.

The elements of the 7 emergent Root Tree frameworks qualified by the conjectured psychosocial pressure are shown L to R in order of the originating Primary Hierarchies (at bottom), and with the usual vertical arrangement (L7 at top).  

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    Refusing to Give Up Reducing Conflict Allowing Self Recovery Resolving Differences Overcoming Inertia Asserting Expectations Bypassing
Resistance
    needs
Certainty
needs
Well-Being
needs
Selflessness
needs
Understanding
needs
Performance
needs
Autonomy
needs
Acceptability
KL Psychosocial Pressure so use L2s
Emergent
RHK
so use L4s
Emergent RHK
so use L7s
Emergent RHK
so use L5s
Emergent RHK
so use L1s
Emergent RHK
so use L6s
Emergent RHK
so use L3s
Emergent
RHK
7 Selflessness
RL5-Communic'n
Respect
Signals
Respect
Symbols
Respect
Openness
Respect
Names
Respect
Stimuli
Respect
Meaning
Respect
Significance
6 Autonomy
RL3-Change
Enable
Alteration
Enable
Stability
Enable
Transform'n
Enable
Management
Enable
Variation
Enable
Represent'n
Enable
Improvement
5 Understanding
RL2-Inquiry
Clarify
Concepts
Clarify
Measurement
Clarify
Wonder
Clarify
Relation
Clarify
Observation
Clarify
Judgement
Clarify
Comparison
4 Well-being
RL7-Willingness
Feel good
Believing
Feel good
Compromising
Feel good
Trusting
Feel good
Risking
Feel good
Trying
Feel good
Participating
Feel good
Seeing
3 Acceptability
RL6-Purpose
Promote
Strategic
objectives
Promote
Principal
objects
Promote
Ultimate
values
Promote
Social
values
Promote
Tactical
objectives
Promote
Value
systems
Promote
Internal
priorities
2 Certainty
RL4-Experience
Rely on
Images
Rely on
Ideas
Rely on
Imagination
Rely on
Intuitions
Rely on
Sensations
Rely on
Identification
Rely on
Emotions
1 Performance
RL1-Action
Activate
Procedures
Activate
Repertoire
Activate
Spontaneity
Activate
Intervention
Activate
Movement
Activate
Choice
Activate
Technique
  Origin From
PH1-Action
From
PH2-Inquiry
From
PH3-Change
From PH4-Experience From PH5-
Communic'n
From
PH6-Purpose
From PH7-Willingness

Inquiry Background

Here is a summary of how this matrix was developed.

Inquiry Challenge. How do the hierarchies that are built on Centres with identical PH-L numbers contribute to human functioning?

Inquiry Process. The original entry to understanding depended on two conjectures:

  1. the special effort associated with reversal of the oscillating duality

  2. the move of Willingness elements to the KL4B position in the Tree.

As a result, I created a «scaffold for inquiry» that is available here.

Inquiry Break-through: Progress was slow and uncertain until I developed the following conjectures from investigating the Root Projection to Primary Hierarchies and Principal Typologies:

  1. This Root Level derives from a specific form of innate (instinctual) behavior. Each instinct is an affective drive which gives rise to a specific psychosocial pressure.
  2. Each PH framework has the pressure of its own Root Level. Each level within a PH has a one-to-one correspondence to a Root Level (i.e. RH-L# is specific for PH-L#) and has the pressure of that level.
  3. Because the «emergent frameworks» are re-ordered Root Level Trees, a standard psychosocial pressure applies at each level (KL) in the Tree, independent of the nature of the Centre element at that level.

An understanding of these frameworks has moved forward solidly by using the psychosocial pressures postulate—as indicated in the above matrix.


Last amended: 11-Oct-2013




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