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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Modeling new patterns
Posted by: Carmen Bostic and John Grinder
Date/Time: 04/08/2002 16:42:56

Hi Jim

Thanks for the kind words.

Typically a pattern is identified and modeled in the context (sports, let's say, for concreteness)in which it is first detected. Assuming that the segment of behavior is coherent - the remarks we made in the last posting we offered - the initial model is most likely to be a direct application -that is, other athletes. It may in some cases (rapport, for example) be such a general pattern and well enough coded that it generalizes to other context (say, for example, business). However, it is not a measure of its effectiveness as a pattern that is does or does not generalize across contexts. Desirable but not necessary.

When Bandler and I were modeling Erickson, Satir and Perls, we were quite focused on the modeling with a presupposition that the application would occur in the same context (therapy) that we were extracting the patterning from. Happily, the coding Bandler and I managed and the patterns themselves were in some cases general enough, they moved easily across contexts.

All the best,

Carmen and John  

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Modeling new patterns03/08/2002 05:54:57Jim Fishno
     Re:Modeling new patterns03/08/2002 18:54:42John Grinder and Carmen Bostic
          Re:Re:Modeling new patterns04/08/2002 05:13:06Jim Fishno
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling new patterns04/08/2002 16:42:56Carmen Bostic and John Grinder
          Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns04/08/2002 09:47:38kc
               Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns05/08/2002 03:47:37John Grinder and Carmen Bostic
                    Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns06/08/2002 07:40:23kc
                         Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns07/08/2002 19:09:12John Grinder
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns08/08/2002 01:51:57J Rose
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns10/08/2002 16:00:26kc
                                        Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns10/08/2002 21:53:56J Rose
                              ReRe:Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns10/08/2002 04:18:18kc
                    Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns10/08/2002 10:26:08Bruce
                         Re:Re:Re:Re Re:Re:Modeling new patterns15/08/2002 18:18:54John Grinder and Carmen Bostic

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