BEHAVIOUR MEASUREMENT MODEL DEPENDING ON THINKING FORM, POSITION AND ORGANISATION DEGREE BY MEANS OF WHICH IS EXPRESSED THE ANSWER TO A STIMULUS
Zubcov, R. and Sofronie, C. A., Training and Development Centre, Romania
The method we are proposing, belongs to the family of structure type methods and is based on the understanding of certain thinking patterns, experimentally discovered by us. The experiment proved that thought has a certain form, a certain position in a defined space and a certain organisation degree, depending on the subject's attitude regarding the respective stimulus, and depending also on the subject's complete/uncompleted structure of the information about the given stimulus. The thinking structure reflects the male/female or androgyny feature of the behaviour. The position shows whether this behaviour is steady or unsteady, rational or irrational. The information organisation degree points out if the subject's answer to a stimulus is a certain or uncertain one. This test brings for new: The possibility "to take photos" of the behaviour differences that can occur depending on the different attitude regarding the stimulus. As example, if applied in organisational field, the test can indicate the difference between one's behaviour in a usual situation and a critical one. The possibility to notice and distinguish a rational behaviour from an irrational one; a steady behaviour from an unsteady one. The possibility to determine the certainty degree of an answer: certain, uncertain, risk factors.