By Marek J. Celinski, Kathryn M. Gow
Continuity as opposed to inventive reaction to Challenge:: The Primacy of Resilence and Resourcefulness in lifestyles and treatment (Psychology of feelings, Motivations and activities) via Marek J. Celinski (Editor), Kathryn M. Gow (Editor) sequence: Psychology of feelings, Motivations and activities Hardcover: 567 pages writer: Nova technology Pub Inc (September 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 1612097189 ISBN-13: Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 10.2 inches
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The next level in the autonomous hierarchy of resilient mental states is reflected in activities that express agitation and release of inner tension, rather than achieving any defined objective. Such a state of mind which represents procedural freedom allows, for example, a prisoner to change places within the confinement of his cell, or a newcomer to the city to turn to the left or right at an intersection when there is no plan or intention to reach any specific point in the city. This differs from randomly chosen procedures which, for example, test the unknown substance or approach the situation without knowing what could be the result of various actions.