The Fundamental Unit of Behavioral Science

The Fundamental - The Fundamental Unit of Behavioral Science Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision Dr T.F Lee Jan 14-16 2006 TF Lee

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Unformatted text preview: The Fundamental Unit of Behavioral Science Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision Dr. T.F. Lee, Jan 14-16, 2006 TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Fundamental Unit of Behavioral Science z Prologue z What this is not z What this is z Is this possible? TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Prologue z For human behavior, there is nothing new under the sun z Behavior has been studied for thousands of years in many cultures. Idioms, proverbs, metaphors, similes, puns, etc. z Being seen as too subjective, there has been no consensus in objective postulate z Overview of knowledge in general TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 What This is Not z Cell biology, chemistry, subatomic particle theory, Einstein’s general relativity, gravitational theory, Maxwell’s electromagnetism, SuperString, M-Theory, empty space energy, EM waves, chi, ying- yang, meditation techniques, spirituality of religion, New Age, etc. z Precise details of physical laws z Theoretical physics or pure math TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 What This is z An individual account based on my own personal experience and observation in life z A general view of existence strictly from behavioral perspective z An attempt to find a common thread linking behavioral optometry to science, arts, religion and politics TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Is This Possible? z Just as the cell is to biology, atom is to physics and periodic table is to chemistry, is it possible to establish a fundamental unit of measurement in behavioral science for the study of all behavior? z Any guesses? TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Dimension z Latin for ‘measure out’ z Space as multi-D or 3-D? z Not the same as theoretical physics or pure math. Not to be confused with 4-D object Tesseract. TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Natural Laws z Law of Existence z Laws of Physics z Law of Spirituality/Meta-physical TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Law of Existence z Natural Law of Existential Progression z General/specific principles z Extra-dimensional Movement (eM) TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Laws of Physics z Natural Law of Physical Progression z Natural Law of Physical Change z Intra-dimensional to 3-D and movement (iM) TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Law of Physical Progression z Progression in logical sequence or numbers z This is a principle of specificity relating to specific location in space 1 (One) 2 (Two) N (Many) TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Law of Physical Change z Change/movement in Space known as Time (iT) z It relates to size, is a principle of Movement (iM) z iM=iT bigger big small smaller TF Lee KISS on Vision Jan 14-16, 2006 Dimensional Examples z Wave and particle theory in dimension z 1-D: single beam of light, night star with...
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The Fundamental - The Fundamental Unit of Behavioral Science Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium on Vision Dr T.F Lee Jan 14-16 2006 TF Lee

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