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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling
Posted by: John Grinder
Date/Time: 12/12/2003 15:01:19


Your point about being eficient by deciding (before initiating modeling in the know nothing state) which specific contexts contain the patterning you want to assimilate is very useful to consider. The way you propose to accomplish it is less so. I recommend Robert Ballintine's extended response to you in the thread "snowballing in modeling"  using cricket as an example in the thread which contains many useful even brilliantly expressed points that touch on the issue you are working.

All the best,


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
overt or covert modeling09/12/2003 00:27:32scott
     Re:overt or covert modeling09/12/2003 01:59:55Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:overt or covert modeling09/12/2003 05:18:46scott
               Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling09/12/2003 06:31:43Mark MacLean
               Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling10/12/2003 08:24:51nj
     Re:overt or covert modeling10/12/2003 09:07:35scott
          Re:Re:overt or covert modeling10/12/2003 09:47:40nj
          Re:Re:overt or covert modeling10/12/2003 16:48:51John Grinder
               Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling11/12/2003 00:49:21scott
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling11/12/2003 09:21:50Stephen Bray
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling12/12/2003 15:01:19John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling12/12/2003 15:01:48John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:overt or covert modeling12/12/2003 15:02:03John Grinder

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