This article describes the major results obtained from studies with the Elementary Pragmatic Model (EPM) composed by 16 Functions (F). The model has undergone experimentation using the Synthesis and Scission Sentences procedure (SISCI test) described in this paper. In functioning individuals there is a prevailing tendency to "maintain their world" (F3) and to decrease the "empty mind" (F0) and "chaos or impossible to select" (F15). On the contrary, individuals with psychiatric disorders, compared with functioning show a decreased degree of "maintaining their world" (F3), a higher degree of "empty mind" (F0) and of "chaos or impossible to select" (F15). The results are useful for both development of creativity in problem solving in business and for improve treatments to psychiatric disorders. © Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore.

Diagnostic and therapeutic potential of the Elementary Pragmatic Model

De Giacomo P.
;
Craig F.;
2013

Abstract

This article describes the major results obtained from studies with the Elementary Pragmatic Model (EPM) composed by 16 Functions (F). The model has undergone experimentation using the Synthesis and Scission Sentences procedure (SISCI test) described in this paper. In functioning individuals there is a prevailing tendency to "maintain their world" (F3) and to decrease the "empty mind" (F0) and "chaos or impossible to select" (F15). On the contrary, individuals with psychiatric disorders, compared with functioning show a decreased degree of "maintaining their world" (F3), a higher degree of "empty mind" (F0) and of "chaos or impossible to select" (F15). The results are useful for both development of creativity in problem solving in business and for improve treatments to psychiatric disorders. © Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore.
Core of the mind
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