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Card 2: where is the money?
- Picture 3: "where / where" = map
The "where / where" path allows you to see where an object is located and track the spatial relationships. This is done by instantly creating charts or maps of the relative position of each of the objects visible to us. Sometimes these cards are placed in the center of action of ourselves (something is approaching us, right now!), And sometimes we are generally absent from them (for example,
- Map 1: where is my data?
If we take the business world, then one of the places where we see a lot of maps is a branch of technology, especially technical architecture. As the name suggests, the technical architecture involves answering questions where different measuring devices, computers, servers, programs are connected, which allows the system to collect useful data, and us (users) to access them. AT
- What does a psychologist get paid for?
If something in the soul broke, it lost its rhythm, it hurts - with this and where? To friends-friends - it's good, helps ... And if not? If constantly the same rake, the same pits? Here if the car breaks down, it is sent to service, and it is hardly a shame to turn to a professional. Fix-pull-lacquer-as new as it will be. Money for work paid, and go for a drive.
- General Intellect Card
When you are engaged in a long-term project, the maintenance of a giant-sized intelligence card, a general one, can make a big difference in that it reflects information about all the main thematic sections of your work or study; theories; personalities with whom you intersect in your work; and the events taking place during the project. Every time after reading a new
- Intelligence card as a multidimensional mnemonic method
Mnemonic techniques use imagination and associations to create an easy-to-remember image. Along with imagination and association, the intelligence card uses a combination of all human cortical abilities, resulting in a highly effective multidimensional mnemonic method. "Multidimensional" in the context in question means that the intelligence map allows you to create
- Exercise "card of envy"
Your envy card will consist of three columns. In the first list those who you envy. In the second, explain why. Be as accurate and specific as possible. In the third column, mention something that you could do to creatively risk, thus getting rid of envy. When envy stings like a snake, you need an urgent antidote. Who Why the Action-Antidote
- Intelligence card as a method of creative thinking
The intelligence map is ideal as a method of creative thinking, because it uses all the mental abilities associated with the process of creativity, especially imagination, association and flexion *. * Here - the attribute of thinking, synonymous with flexibility, adaptability, easy transition from previous views to new without losing quality. - Note. trans. In the psychological literature, especially in
- COLLECTIVE INTELLECT-CARD
- GENERAL INTELLECT CARD
THE GENERAL INTELLECT
- Socio-psychological personality map
I. Biographical information. 1. Military rank ____________ 2. Position (WUS) ___________________ 3. Family name, first name, patronymic _____________________________________ 4. Date and place of birth _______________________________________ 5. Occupation prior to service (studied, worked, specialty, place of work) _______________________________________________________________ 6. Date and place of conscription for
- ANNEX 3: MAP OF PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
Below is a sample physical development map that can be used to track changes in the body weight of an infant or young child. Maintaining a nutritional state at the proper level is very important for the prevention of diarrhea, and the diarrhea episode itself is the appropriate moment to start using a physical development map if it has not been used before.
- Mnemonic intelligence-map as a mirror of creative thinking
Akin to memory, creative thinking is built on imagination and associations. Object A is associated with object B in such a way that as a result, an innovative, "far from normal" thought emerges, which we call creative. The processes of memory and creative creation are thus identical in structure - the only difference is in our intentions. Mnemonic method associative