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1. Introduction
2. Principal concepts
3. The model
3.1 The FIPP-pattern
3.2 Supplement to the pattern: the imperative14 of communication
4. Example
1. The psychology of Art and Berlyne's model
1.1 Introducing Berlyne's inverted U-shaped model
1.2 Can we improve Berlyne?
1.3 What happens to cultural embedding?
2.1 Detective stories
2.2 Horror and Anti-catharsis
Catharsis
Pink Flamingos and anti-catharsis
2.3 Valuable detective stories, horror and pornography films?
3. An artist is principally a communicator
4. What is fashion?
5.1 The good teacher
5.2 The good film
5.3 The good speaker
5.4 The good figure (illustration)
6. The definition of beauty
Chapter 3 – THE RIDDLE OF PUZZLES
1. Introduction
2. A good beginning - initial Self-expansion
3. Increasing involvement
3.1 If we fail
3.2 If we finally succeed
4. Brain Gym
4.1 In place of Brain Gym
5. Why do people submit solutions to puzzles?
6. Solving puzzles on a higher level
6. The lack of altruism, and Self-narrowing
SIMPLE MODEL BY FIPP
1. Introduction to the phenomenon of Enlightenment
2.1 The cognitive schemata of enlightened people
2.2 The Self and the Environment of Enlightened people
3. How does enlightenment happen according to the FIPP?
4. How do we attain enlightenment?
4.1 Talent and enlightenment
4.2 Which methods lead to enlightenment?
1. The role of cognitive schemata in thinking
2. Problem solving described with the concepts of FIPP
2.1 A problem as the interference of cognitive schemata
Partial schemata: dividing the schema into parts
The manipulation of partial schemata
2.2 Description of Problem Solving
The non-existent solution
3. Satisfying the hunger for problems
4. Natural – and artificial – self-confidence (narcissism)
1. Introduction: the types of relationships between objects
1.1 How does a definition work?
1.2 Relationships between two entities
2.1 Establishment of the absolute ruler schema by integration
2.2 Other methods of establishing the absolute ruler schema
3. The characteristics of separation and compression
3.1 Mixed types of connections
3.2 The energy of connections
4. Separation and compression as Self-narrowing effects
5. The aggression concept of FIPP, and classic psychology
5.1 The aggression concept of FIPP
5.3 The relationship of aggression and Self-narrowing
6. Aggression and optimal group decision
7. Aggression: the forms in which it is manifested
7.1 Sharing pro-social and anti-social aggression
7.2 The division of verbal and physical aggression
Chapter 8 – SEX
1. Types of orgasm
2. Side-effects of sex
3. Excesses and absences of male and female bodies172
4. The rhythm of the sex act
1. The framework communication model
2. Dance and rhythm – Adaptation to each other
3. Domination and submission
4. Fitting together
5.1 Orgasmability
5.2 Economy of relationships
Defining dependency
Mental illness
Animus and anima
5.4 Intellectual Ability
5.5 Socio-economic Status
1. What is function practice (circular reactions)?
4.1 The road network metaphor
5. Archetypes
6. Spontaneous Self-expansion
7. The establishment and growth of cognitive schemata
9. A final detour: play as autotelic function practice
Confession
3. FIPP and happiness
3.1 Freedom
3.2 The relationship of freedom and happiness
3.3 Enlightenment as a goal
4. Objects of life: which path to enlightenment?
4.1 Happiness by endless sex
4.2 Happiness in religion
Buddhism
Judaism
Christianity
4.3 Happiness by performance
4.4 Goals and personal narratives
Altruism as an objective in life
Scientific research and artistic creation
Children and grandchildren
Eternal competition – oil billionaires
Travel: an escape from seeing the end
Endless acquisition of knowledge
Arts (collecting, cultivating)
5. Summary: FIPP’s contribution to existence after death
6. To properly interpret this chapter…
APPENDIX – Formal description of FIPP
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Self-Expansion - a new paradigm for psychology

Self-Expansion - a new paradigm for psychology

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Published by Miklos Fodor
The book is intended for those who feel that the science of psychology needs a concept that integrates the current thinking schools with approaches such as cognitive science, psychodynamics and positive psychology.

The author, a European psychologist active in HR consulting, has developed a thinking frame, a paradigm, that is independent of current research schools, but which integrates in a simple model existing results and theories of psychology.

The book contains formal and visual descriptions of the suggested model, as well as independent articles that use this model in everyday life, dealing with phenomena including problem solving, altruism, aggression, sex, and religion.

Although elements of this concept are already known, to enable a better understanding of this new perspective on human beings, the book contains many illustrations and easy-to-understand examples. In this way the book can reach every person who is interested in social sciences and who would like to improve their understanding of our selves, as well as psychologists and scientists in this field.

www.psy2.org
The book is intended for those who feel that the science of psychology needs a concept that integrates the current thinking schools with approaches such as cognitive science, psychodynamics and positive psychology.

The author, a European psychologist active in HR consulting, has developed a thinking frame, a paradigm, that is independent of current research schools, but which integrates in a simple model existing results and theories of psychology.

The book contains formal and visual descriptions of the suggested model, as well as independent articles that use this model in everyday life, dealing with phenomena including problem solving, altruism, aggression, sex, and religion.

Although elements of this concept are already known, to enable a better understanding of this new perspective on human beings, the book contains many illustrations and easy-to-understand examples. In this way the book can reach every person who is interested in social sciences and who would like to improve their understanding of our selves, as well as psychologists and scientists in this field.

www.psy2.org

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