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Topic: Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f2
Posted by: Michael Carroll
Date/Time: 20/04/2005 20:13:04

JS
You wrote "Remember, as well, that the internal representations that make up the explanation, internal or external auditory distinctions that make up the words, the kinaesthetic experience of subvocalization, or during the act speech, the internal referential images constructed, and all supporting synesthesias, are all sensory experiences as well, and therefore FA"

FA is what you see, hear and feel after f1 mappings (before coding).  Letís say you meet me, you see me at FA. As part of your F2 mapping processes you access a visual representation of Michael Carroll when you last met me. The visual internal representation is in the set of f2 transforms as it has already transformed and coded. In this example the internal image helps you code the present FA i.e naming me as Michael Carroll.

f2 of course can feed forward and directly impact what's occurring at FA and again f1. An example of this would be Ericksonian hypnosis, where the listener attempts to make sense of the induction at f2, is overloaded and goes into an altered state at FA. In the trance the person may have a positive or negative hallucination which is a change in processing at f1.

In the case of binaural sounds, there is probably an element of overload occurring in f2 as well, which will feed forward to FA.† I didnít mention that my previous post.


Regards

Michael Carroll


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
help on the difference between FA, f1 and f214/04/2005 01:52:37scott
     Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f214/04/2005 11:06:06Robert
          Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f214/04/2005 13:36:51scott
          Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f214/04/2005 15:58:40John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 20:13:04Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 16:23:42John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 18:01:25scott
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 19:46:34John Schertzer
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 21:02:49John Grinder
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 11:59:59kc
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 12:26:16A
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 18:19:18John Grinder
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                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 14:50:55John Schertzer
     Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f220/04/2005 19:57:10Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 09:01:52scott
               Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 18:39:24Michael Carroll
               Re:Re:Re:help on the difference between FA, f1 and f221/04/2005 18:46:26John Grinder
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:LONG (and probably wrong) INTUTIONS OF FA, f1 and f223/04/2005 20:04:34scott
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:LONG (and probably wrong) INTUTIONS OF FA, f1 and f225/04/2005 20:20:57John Grinder
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re: walk the earth26/04/2005 11:54:33scott
                                   Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re: walk the earth27/04/2005 20:05:49John Grinder

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