Annals of Systems Research: Volume 7 by Maria Nowakowska (auth.), B. van Rootselaar, H. Koppelaar

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At least as important as stating what is included in the system is to mention what is not incorporated. As stated before we restrict ourselves to the modelling of the primary power behaviour as expressed in the first seven theses. This implies that no features of personality, such as self-confidence, are included (see Theses 11, 12 and 13). d. d. reduction Figure 1. d. r. I tendency \ tendency ~gain I gain~ personality/ I ~personality Figure 2. Extended structural model of the power theory [8J (Thesis 10).

And Smith, C. , Simulation and the initial psychiatric interview. Technical Report USCEE-RB-76-2, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1976. 7. Bertalanffy, L. von, General system theory, New York, 1968. 8. Churchman, C. , The systems approach, New York, 1968. 9. Churchman, C. , The past's future: estimating trends by system theory, pp. 434-443 in: Trends in general systems theory (Klir, G. ), New York, 1972. 10. Colby, K. M. , Artificial paranoia, Elmsford, N.

A very serious consequence of a neurotic development can be that the person is attributed (or attributes himself) with characteristics that in reality are not basic to his actions. Nevertheless, although his development is neurotic, he tries to behave as cogently, pleasurably, meaningfully, etc. as possible, which means that he keeps a set of total system objectives in mind, that he is behaving in an environment which is important in certain aspects, albeit outside of his control, and that he has resources, subgoals and activities, which he tries to manage in some optimal way.

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