Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Nemetics Pyschology BiPolar 2

The wave simulator variables are here provisionally reframed as nemetical concepts.

Amplitude & Frequency = Energy of nemEX ( Information moving thru the Brain in this context.)
Damping = Constraints. ( Impulse Control in this context.) 
Tension = Attractions of nemes into a nSTring. ( narrative )
Endpoint = Expectation of neme exchange. In this experiment ( Perceived need to communicate.) 

( Changes in variables are applied to previous state.) 

Figure 1

A&F = 75 D = 30 T = 100  Endpoint  ( EP ) = fixed
Time = .04 secs

Figure 2.
A & F & D  & Endpoint Unchanged
Tension 50
Time 54:77

Figure 3
A & F & EP unchanged
D = 30 T = appx 25
Time 1:22:66

Figure 4.1
Settings unchanged
Time 1:51:33

Figure 5
A & F & T & EP unchanged
D = 0  
Time 2:35
( D = 0 is state of no friction - 100% lack of Impulse Control. )

Figure 5.1
A & F & D & EP unchanged
Tension = 100
Time 2:23:86

Figure 5.2
Settings Unchanged
Time 2:48:69

Figure 5.3
Settings Unchanged
Time 3:00:97
What I see:
High NemiString tension ( a closed narrative ) iterates to incoherence at this scale of observation.

Figure 6
A & F & D & EP unchanged
Damping 30
Time 3:16
What I see
 is the critical role of Damping ( Impulse Control in this context ) to quickly return to coherence.

 Curious what you see?

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Nemetic Psychology Visualizing Bi Polar Disorder

The snapshots below are from a Wave Simulator used for students studying Physics.  My contention is that by using nemetic framework it can show what a Bi Polar spectrum might "look like."

Figure 1.
In a nemetic framework, Amplitude and Frequency ( A ) map to neme Exchange within in the Brain of someone who tends to BiPolar. High Frequency and Amplitude are "ideas" that create the sensation of a brain that "doesn't stop."

Damping ( B ) maps to Impulse Control in the sense of slowing down the flow of nemes between the ears.

Tension ( C ) emulates the coherence of a narrative. Narrative maps to nemiString.

The end point ( D ) maps to the expectation of Exchange.    A fixed end point maps to the situation that has a high expectation of Exchange. It could be a deadline or an important meeting or other requirements of a "day job."

Figure one is a snapshot with high amplitude and frequency or nemex. Low damping in the sense of allowing nemex to proceed at a speed that is only lightly controlled. Tension is set high as many creatives tend to have a strong narrative that creates the feeling of making sense.

Figure 2
Figure 2 are same settings with damping set to 0 and with a loose end ( E )  .
The loose end emulates the condition in which the individual can choose whether to Exchange ornot.
My conjecture is this is a picture of "Flow." 

In the next series of posts, I will manipulate some of the variables to see what we can be seen.