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However, few studies have developed alternative stimuli. This is the first step in proposing alternative versions of cognitive tasks, the second being the study of psychometric similarity between the versions in healthy participants and clinical populations. Various studies have suggested means of constructing alternative stories to those in the WMS as discussed below.
In this study, the criteria from these scientific publications were used to construct the alternative versions of the task in Portuguese. Morris, Kunka and Rossini 11 presented an alternate version for each of the WMS-R stories that had equivalent characteristics in terms of their items units of ideas , sentences, words per sentence, syllables per word, readability and subjective attributes such as affective tone.
In many clinical and experimental settings, however, more than one alternative story for each original may be required. Sullivan 2 proposed six stories following similar criteria. Though these stories are generally similar, there were some differences between them, probably because the original stories of the WMS-R test are not equivalent in the parameters studied, 2 and also differ in terms of ease of memorization.
Moreover, he tested the compatibility of the WMS stories and the newly developed stories empirically in three large populations, comprising patients with depression, head injury, and a control group of healthy individuals.
He demonstrated that performance regarding the original and the newly developed stories was interchangeable for all groups, both for immediate and delayed recall. A further study shows three short stories similar to each other, but these were not equivalent to the stories of the WMS.
To date, the test has not been published in Portuguese for any of the WMS versions. One article carries one of the two stories in Portuguese Ana Soares , but no scoring criteria were provided. Hence, there is no publication that includes both these adapted stories and their scoring criteria, nor scientific work on standardization or systematic adaptation of this instrument for use in Brazil.
There are stories for memory testing created in Portuguese from Brazil, but these are not equivalent to the any of the versions of the WMS, since they are shorter and have a very different thematic structure. The aim of this study was to develop a set of alternative logical memory stories to those frequently used in Brazil Ana Soares and Roberto Mota in terms of their content, structure and linguistic characteristics.
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Idoc cover sheet pdf ia. A la luz de los candelabros pdf files. Review pages ios pdf. Skriv et svar Skriv et svar Annuller svar Din e-mailadresse vil ikke blive publiceret. We have fully entered into the engagement. This explains our focused con-centration. We are centered in and withsomething. It calls and pulls on us as an attractor in a self-organizing system. We experience engagement attention when we are there with interest, curiosity, andfascination.
And, the more awareness we have, the less judgment.
This is what moves us toward our goals. Movements are learnedthrough visual and feeling images. In designing goals, Gallwey also suggests that because three of the critical factors for success areperformance, learning, and enjoyment, we enrich our goal-setting by setting not only performancegoals, but also learning goals and enjoyment goals , p.
In designing desired outcomeswe therefore need to set goals about the performance and also learning goals and enjoyment goals. This accords with the NLP Well-Formed Outcome pattern that provides a coaching model for settingrealistic and compelling goals.
Mobility refers to the ability to move in any desired direction without self-constraint. Driven by ourdeepest urgings, it is the quest for movement. This allow change to take place in an organic way,that is, through awareness and choice. We can then move toward our vision by having a clearpicture of our goal, keep adapting and changing as we go, keeping our purposes clear and keepsynchronizing our movement and direction.
Gallwey describes this using the acronym STOP: Step back, Think, Organize your thinking,Proceed. It enables us to make the meta-move to a higherframe of mind thereby gaining a larger perspective. We do this through adopting differentperceptual positions or stepping into a higher executive state of mind using Meta-States.
The primary coaching tool for facilitating change is transposing, that is, taking second perceptualposition to another person. Timothy describes this as his way of first figuring out what people were doing as theyplayed tennis that was interfering with their game.
He said he learned to coach without judgmentsby seeking to discover how another person thinks and feels and keeping himself to feedback. Thisaccords with the focus on rapport, matching and mirroring, taking second position, etc.
Coaching for Transformative ChangeIf our primary difficulty is that we get in our own way and interfere in unnecessary and problematicways with our own success, how do we change that?
C How do we get out of our own way? C What is the pathway to change? C How can we learn better? C How can we transform these old habits? C What can we specifically do to get out of our way? Gallwey describes change as both learning and coaching.
Learning for him is what we all donaturally. Thisis where awareness non-judgmental awareness becomes so critical in the Inner Game. Frequently,he speaks about awareness as magical and curative per se.
When more is needed, this is where coaching becomes important. Is it any surprise that, as a tenniscoach, Gallwey then moved into Business Coaching or that he uses the metaphor of a coach fordescribing growth, development, and change? It requires one essential ingredient that cannot be taught: Caring not only for the external results but for the person being coached. Doing so means usingexperiential learning so that each individual finds his or her way of doing precisely that.
Workingwith another person is mostly a matter of creating the right physical and inter-personal environment. The most important part of the job of a coach is to listen well.
Effective coaching in the workplace holds a mirror up for clients, so they can see their own thinking process. As a coach, I am not listening for the content of what is being said as much as I am listening to the way they are thinking, including how their attention is focused and how they define the key elements of the situation.
And it is the structure that makes the biggest difference for transformation. Theway a person thinks, sorts, codes, and perceives are summarized and encoded in the Meta-Model,the Meta-Programs, and the Meta-States models. By learning to listen to the client non-judgmentally, the coach learns the most important elements of the craft.
Learning to ask questions that help clients reveal more and more to themselves is a natural outcome of such listening. Ideally, the end of every coaching conversation is that the client leaves feeling more capable of mobility. By working at the meta-level of structure and process, we can best coachthe person to find and customize their own strategies for success.
What does a coach ultimately do with his players and his team? He talks to them. He uses wordsto encourage, to focus attention, to build trust, to fuel desire. It is the kind of conversations thatmakes the difference. Step back, think, and organize before proceeding. This is meta-coaching at its best,is it not? But coaching is about helping him discover what he already knows, or can find out for himself. Teaching takes a long time and is about imparting knowledge.
Listen to the way players talk to themselves on the court: Who is telling whom what? Most players are talking to themselves on the court all the time. One day I asked myself, Who was talking to whom?
Who was scolding and who being scolded. He would then define Self 2 as the vast reservoir of potential within each one of us.
If it expresses your potential — it is Self 2. We are born asthis being-self Self 2 and then we get lots of interfering rules, ideas, limiting beliefs, toxic ideas,and un-useful maps in our heads at a meta-level, at a level about our Natural Being-Self.
This is the dragon statethat turns on oneself with rules, demands, judgments, rejection, anger, fear, dread, guilt, etc. Thisis what gets in the way. In creating a meta-relationship between states, what is the quality of the interface? If we bring judgment or negativeemotions to any previous state, we put ourselves at odds with ourselves, create a dragon state, thatattacks ourselves.
As a result, our mind, emotions, and body will pay the price. How does Meta-States address some of the key Inner Game skills? Mostly in the meta-state patternof Acceptance, Appreciation, and Awe. We begin with this is the pattern in Accessing PersonalGenius because acceptance builds up a non-judgmental mind of acknowledgment of what is and thewillingness to welcome it into our world even if we are not delighted or thrilled about it.
We do thisto consciously build up ego-strength. Appreciation is accessed next and applied to self, talents, andlife to build up self-appreciation so we can play to our strengths, focus on solutions, and counter-actthe negative states of judgment or discounting. In theMatrix Model, we identified this as lying at the heart of the Meaning matrix.
Of course, when we are evaluating things in terms of good or bad, right orwrong, for me or against me, we are seeing the world and the events of the world in terms of theseideas and concepts rather than what they are in themselves. This activates the Intention matrix. If the ball coming at us is not longer a ball, but success orfailure, being a hero or a goat, a reflection of our identity, etc.
Now we will be trying hard to succeed, towin, to shine, to not make a fool of ourselves, to prove ourselves, etc. Yet it is in this very tryingthat our muscles become tight and rigid, that we over-strive, and that we interfere with our bestperformance. It happens when playing tennis, making music, making a public speech, typing, askingquestions, learning, etc. As the judgments of the Meaning matrix frames things with these over-valued meanings, and theIntention matrix tries to perform, we become highly self-conscious in our performances which theninterferes with learning, fun, and the quality of the performance.
This begins the negative spiraling. We begin going round and round the judgment.
The harder we try, the more self-conscious we feel. The more self-conscious we feel the more our ego gets involved and feels threatened. The more wefeel threatened, the more we bring yet more judgments or fear of judgments against ourselves. We then begin questioning and judging our Self. This activates the Self matrix.