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M W Denker, K E Achenbach, D M Keller
A model is presented describing decision processes of a living system at the level of the individual, together with its interpersonal relationship context (organism, subsystems, and suprasystem). The beginning point was the 1977 system dynamics model of Wegman, which was itself characterized by quantitative cross-level hypotheses concerning both physiological and psychological levels of functioning within the individual personality system. The extension process was accomplished by synthesizing concepts from many different theories in personality and social psychology into equations linking two multiple-loop feedback systems to form a suprasystem...
April 1986: Behavioral Science
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