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Excerpt from the intro to the full version of this presentation, Graves: Levels of Human Existence :. Graves came to Washington, D. I audio taped his presentation at the Washington School of Psychiatry along with the question and answer session and saved Dr. We have put them together in this book. William R. Lee Great Falls, Virginia September

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Excerpt from the intro to the full version of this presentation, Graves: Levels of Human Existence :. Graves came to Washington, D. I audio taped his presentation at the Washington School of Psychiatry along with the question and answer session and saved Dr. We have put them together in this book. William R. Lee Great Falls, Virginia September From the Historical Collection of the work of Dr.

Clare W. Remarks by Clare W. Corrected and updated in Graves: Levels of Human Existence ]. Within a systems conception, it becomes possible to integrate everything that has been put down in the literature about human behavior.

Within this perspective there is no argument about which theory is "correct"-they all are. The task, instead, is to study how they all are correct and the relationships among them. It is the intent of this theory to take confusing and contradictory information in the field of behavioral science and make sense of it all. Beginnings-The Reason for the Research. In Clare W. Graves found he could not go back to the classroom and be a referee in the conflict over whose theory was correct on any given issue.

He'd "had it" with psychology as it was, and knew that he either had to reframe the problem or abandon the field. His primary area of concern for research was "the confusion and contradiction, the conflict and controversy" in psychological information and theory.

It was his sense that the behavioral sciences were in a mess, and that there was a need for rational order to emerge from the chaos. The first step toward a solution was to find a means through which to study the area of concern.

This meant time, facilities, finding the opportunity, and the constraints imposed by one man's lifetime. After considering many possibilities, he decided that The area he chose for investigation was "what a group of human beings just like you would say is the psychologically healthy human being in operation.

It was these very conflicts that were to serve as Graves's vehicle into the realm of conflict, controversy, and confusion which he was concerned.

The Initial Queries. Can one substantiate that conflict and contradiction, confusion and controversy are represented in conceptions of psychological health? What are the conceptions of psychological health extant in the minds of biologically mature human beings? Do the concepts which exist suggest that psychological health should be viewed a as a state or condition or b as a psychological process?

At the same time, I thought while it is possible that this is not so, it may not be a state or condition-it may be a process. What is the essential nature of psychological health if it is a state or condition?

The Research Questions. The general questions above were refined and formulated into a set of research questions. These were to generate the data upon which the general theory is built. How do biologically mature human beings conceive of what is the healthy personality? Do biologically mature humans have, basically, one major identifiable conception of what is the psychologically healthy adult?

Do biologically mature humans have more than one conception of what is the healthy personality? If adults have several conceptions of healthy personality, are the conceptions classifiable into groups of similar conceptions?

If the various conceptions are classifiable, how can they be classified? Will there be evidence that some one conception of healthy personality stands out as superior to other conceptions? What will be the nature and character of conceptions of psychological health of biologically mature human beings who are intelligent, but relatively unsophisticated in psychological knowledge in general, and in personality theory in particular? Research Methodology - Collecting Primary Data.

At this point in his career, Graves was intensely occupied in his teaching, carrying 2? Because of the heavy load, he was virtually compelled to use classroom subjects for his investigations. Since he was working in three schools-one all-male, one all-female, and a male-female adult extension division-he had access to a wide range of subjects. He needed people who knew little of formal psychology, who would not know the names of any personality theories, but who would have some interest in the kinds of questions he needed to raise.

Graves was to apply his research methodology to eight sets of these students, eight different times. This gave him the body of data he would need to begin exploring the nature of psychological health and the human personality. His approach was unique and impressive. An initial barrier that had to be overcome was getting the conceptions he needed without allowing the students to become contaminated by outside reading, while, in the process, teaching them psychology in what was to prove one of the most successful courses in the schools.

His opening statement to his classes gives a clue to how Graves approached this problem. I want you to be no further along that you are at the moment you came in here on any kind of study of the field of psychology or the field of personality. We will take the first five weeks to talk in class about what people would put into a conception of a healthy personality. What are the things you would get in such a conception?

And you people will share this information with one another. He proceeded in that manner and, at the end of the five weeks, collected the materials unbeknown to the students. Most would not know to this day that they were ever, at any time, in this process or subjects in his study.

I [then] handed the conceptions back to these people and proceeded into the second five weeks. In the process, each received criticism and questions from the peer group. This gave Graves the opportunity to observe the subjects presenting their conceptions of personality. He was able to observe how each behaved when their peers "go after them;" and what those behaviors might be.

So, they had an opportunity to receive criticism from peers. At the end of that five weeks, their instructions were to write a defense of the original conception of healthy personality, or a modification of it as a result of the five weeks experience in the group.

This gave Graves the opportunity to see if the conceptions had changed, and how they might have been modified under peer influence.

As a next step, the entire class studied various authorities and what they had to say about the concept of a healthy personality. The students were again asked to write a modification or defense of their original conception of the healthy personality.

Finally, Graves sat down with randomly selected subjects just to discuss the process, how the students might have changed their conceptions, and what factors might have influenced that change. The eight completed cycles of this process led to the initial data set. The basic data the design had produced thus far included A phenomenal view of certain beliefs of the subjects as to the nature of psychologically healthy behavior. Reactions of the subject to peer criticism as shown in defense or modification of conception produced.

Interaction and reaction behavior of subjects when under peer criticism as observed unbeknown to subjects through one-way mirrors and an inter-communication system. Relation to confrontation with authority as shown in second concept defense or modification. Some interview data from discussions with randomly selected subjects after the primary experiences development of and two re-writes of conceptions. Three key sets within the data would be studied A group of secondary questions arose concerning the behavior of the subjects during the studies What will happen to a person's conception of healthy human behavior when he is confronted with the task of comparing his conception to those which have been developed by authorities in the field?

How will the subjects behave under peer criticism? Processing and Analysis of the Data. To begin to rationalize the data, Graves had panels of independent judges read and classify the conceptions.

Their instructions. Their instructions were the same. He used different judges each year for all the [8] years of the collecting of the data. Each group of judges classified all data collected to that point so that it was a process of accumulation. In the first run-through, the first year, the judges came up with two categories with two sub-types each. This same categorization recurred each year, though each panel did not know how the previous year's judges had classified the conceptions.

Initial Findings. Deny Self Category [sacrificial]. Deny self for reward later. Deny self to get acceptance now. Express Self Category [expressive]. Express self as self desires in a calculating fashion and at the expense of others. Express self as self desires but not at the expense of others. To further illustrate, Graves provides some examples of these conceptions Deny self or sacrifice now in order to get reward later.

Deny yourself going to the movie you want to see and go to the one your friend wants - you to in order that he will like you right now. But be careful along the way so the guy doesn't turn on you. He sucks as much as he can out of the other person, but is very careful not to go so jar that the other reacts strongly [Graves found a number of conceptions along this line at the time, and concluded that it had great significance for the American culture as a whole. Express self as self desires, but not at the expense of others.

. Find the odd man out: 9,3,28,8,65,15,125,24.a) 28.(b) 65.(c)125.(d)15.

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In every competitive exam, Odd Man Out type questions are very common. In odd man out problems all the items given in the question except one follow a certain pattern or a group. That means out of the all given elements, one will not fall into the group due to some difference in the property. That is the odd element. Hence, it is the odd one. From the above, the second one is the feminine of the first one except the first pair. So the answer will be a. In this type, a group of messed letters consisting 3 letters are kept together. The pattern in which they are grouped is to be analysed and we have to find which group out of this have the same pattern or relationship between the letters.

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