Successful practice of Persuasive Manipulation as an educational method requires detailed understanding of Cognitive looping, cognitive modality, and role of emotions in coordinated unconscious and conscious mental processing. For specific example of such processing, the feeling of guilt is substantially useful as an exploratory sample and a very significant tool for persuasion and manipulation in general.
Guilt, viewed as a chain of emotional responses (regret-remorse-resentment-guilt), changes cognitive modality from thriving or search to survival. Feeling of guilt produces metacognitive sense of compassion. It worth mention that sense of compassion cares significant social value and people with an advanced sense of compassion could feel physical pain, while are observing others suffering. Otherwise, people that with interrupted chain for any reasons often labeled with antisocial personality disorder and express tendency to commit various crimes. Some psychologists convinced that guilt is perpetuating obsessive-compulsive disorder and is a possible source for anxiety disorder, but that is highly controversial from Physioepistemology point of view. Guilt is one of the most significant motivators for actions and responsible for neural coding.
Complex feeling, such as guilt, requires significant amount of cognitive processing on both conscious and unconscious levels and produces learning mechanism for adaptation in survival mode. Such mechanism is necessary for finding quick solution for complicated situation. Failure to produce satisfactory response mistakenly viewed as separate cognitive disorder, while source of such mishap located lack of neuronal sensitivity responsible for particular stage of chain emotional formation, cognitive looping, or cognitive modality change. As a result, person cannot develop whole learning mechanism of processing complex emotions or unable to produce socially accepted cognitive response. For individual that able to produce such response evaluation of neural decoding could be done with help of Neuroaccounting.
Another interesting fact is that emotions can accumulate with time and produce amplification of meta-cognitive senses as in a case with compounding remorse producing self-condemnation, for example. Such accumulation is an evidence of physiologic nature of emotions, cumulative effect of which can be viewed as an accumulation of charged neuronal networks and a calculated effect could be estimated with use of Neuroaccounting. In this case complexity of emotional responses should be explored as a separate account for every level of emotional awareness in relation to mode of sense responsible for evoking particular emotion. It helps to overcome inconsistencies in determination of emotional recognition for neural coding versus action systems.