Amicable Behavior Modification by Persuasive Manipulation with use of the Neuroaccounting

Acquired behavior or learning without any punishment involved and applied as to individual as to social groups is the best way to achieve an adaptive reaction to the particular environmental change. The ultimate goal in this case is to identify the variables in behavior responsible for most suitable and long-lasting sustainable socially acceptable behavioral pattern of actions. To say it from functionality point of view, society is a representation of the patterns in statistically significant number of individual behaviors engaged in tangible activities with automatic internal stimulation. The negative reinforcement does not apply to social level of communication, because the cancelation of negative emotions within the same modality. For example, criminal intent may produce fear of punishment, but reward of increased social weight in particular social group of criminals can have higher positive reinforcement.
Persuasive Manipulation (PM) is a scientific approach committed to effectiveness with direct and frequent measurements and it requires use of Neuroaccounting as a tool for implementation. This method can be used for educational purpose only and applied only for assessment of learning outcomes. The objective for application of Persuasive Manipulation is to arrange cumulative effects of constantly changing environment with purpose to control process of learning during adaptation period. It produces an array of results, from limited creative skill acquirement to profound systemic change.
Because Neuroaccounting rely on established threshold in individual neuronal network as a response to affective or effective adaptive reactions, there currently are no other more suitable tools to detect positive effects in environmental changes regarding acquisition of novel behavior or withdrawing from old one. In this part, it is similar to classical operant conditioning, but it is different in an involvement of the controlled complex environmental changes and very sophisticated accounting of responses, such as a directed new creative tool development. It is specifically designed to promote creative part of intellectual process to increase adaptability, but in some controllable way that negative behavior (criminal intent, for example) is suppressed and is not a part of the possible outcome. It worth mention that positive effect in this case means increased expression of desirable behavior, without subjective evaluation of its value.
Another important point in use of Neuroaccounting is that complex multimodal environmental stimuli produce individual responses that may differ in an array of behavioral specifics, such as time of response or force of the emotions. It is very useful in determination of the degree of the extinction-induced response variability as a particular application and as for a functional assessment in general.


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