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Topic: Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling
Posted by: Eric Rudnick
Date/Time: 09/04/2003 21:44:16

John and everyone,

Thanks for the feedback. At first, I thought I'd reply with some thoughts on trance-identification, but a second read through of your response convinced me that I may not even understand the difference between academic modelng and NLP modeling.

1. In this case, I'm confused as to the difference between classic code, new code and academic modeling. Is the difference between academic and classic modeling an unconscious component, or a communication between conscious and unconscious processes? Does it require trance-identification? Also, what are the differences in regards to results between the three? If I can understand this, Iíd be willing to offer another report.

2. Yes, I didn't mention this. I've verified that there was a skill transfer here. Iíve development of several ideas in different areas with his strategy that meet my requirements for successful application. Itís a strategy that has caused me to remove extraneous behavior rather than add actions. The one decision it helped me take (a business decision) is one I wouldnít have otherwise made, and one that I am happy with.

3. I suppose that the discomfort here may have been due to a physical pacing of the model at the breathing level, which should have been avoided.

4. You mention that it was an aborted attempt, but since I got the result without full suspension of filters, were there more results that I missed out on?

I would divide the results I got into two categories:
a. Academic modeling, using strategies and submodalities. This was what got me from watching an example to behavioral acquisition.
b. Unconscious processes: identification of the behaviors to be acquired, choice of an appropriate model, and identification of other behaviors in the model that would be worth having.

Does this make sense?

Eric


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling31/03/2003 23:08:51Eric Rudnick
     Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 15:30:06John Grinder
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 23:27:32Bill
               Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling05/04/2003 01:47:33Stephen
          Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:44:16Eric Rudnick
               Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling10/04/2003 18:33:48John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling10/04/2003 20:00:08Eric Rudnick
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:45:20Eric Rudnick
          Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 11:08:29kc
               Re:Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 16:01:52John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:ReRe:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 23:02:12kc
     Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling04/04/2003 19:44:39nj
          Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling09/04/2003 21:53:20Eric
               Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 00:14:18nj
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling11/04/2003 15:51:57John Grinder
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 01:11:58nj
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 02:19:28nj
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling14/04/2003 03:06:22John Grinder
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling16/04/2003 00:39:40nj
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Experiment comparing new code and old code modeling16/04/2003 19:30:18John Grinder

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