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Simulating strategies of interactive behaviour

Bierschenk, Bernhard LU (1978) In Studia psychologica et paedagogica 38.
Abstract
Effective communication is of crucial importance for the development of effective social organisations. Deficient communication combined with rapid technological and social changes appears to lead to both ecological and psychological imbalance. An increasing number of environmental groups are working for ecological improvements, but young people seem to find it increasingly difficult to master the task of developing an integrated personality. This shows itself in stress and an inability to develop flexible be¬havioural strategies in interaction with other people. For the purpose of testing new models and constructing new instruments for analysis and training of the individual’s way of observing, evaluating and integrating information about... (More)
Effective communication is of crucial importance for the development of effective social organisations. Deficient communication combined with rapid technological and social changes appears to lead to both ecological and psychological imbalance. An increasing number of environmental groups are working for ecological improvements, but young people seem to find it increasingly difficult to master the task of developing an integrated personality. This shows itself in stress and an inability to develop flexible be¬havioural strategies in interaction with other people. For the purpose of testing new models and constructing new instruments for analysis and training of the individual’s way of observing, evaluating and integrating information about himself and his surroundings in existing cog¬nitive structures, based on a psycho-ecological model, a simulator for interactive behaviour has been developed. Basically, it is assumed that perceptual experiences are directly related to events and that a person must first become aware (observe) and understand (analyse and synthesise) events before what he has experienced can be integrated into an existing cognitive pattern. (Less)
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behaviour change, behaviour patterns, television, Simulation, teacher education, personality development
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Studia psychologica et paedagogica
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38
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98 pages
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Liber
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0346-5926
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91-40-04641-9
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English
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  author       = {Bierschenk, Bernhard},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {98},
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  series       = {Studia psychologica et paedagogica},
  title        = {Simulating strategies of interactive behaviour},
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  year         = {1978},
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