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"Expanding Your World": Table of Contents


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PREFACE

1. WHAT IS MODELING?

What is a Model?

Why Model?

Why Modeling is Possible

Structure and Experience

2. THE EXPERIENTIAL ARRAY

Flow of Effect

3. THE PROCESS

Sub-Abilities

Selecting Exemplars

Framing for Exemplars

Elicitation

Asking Questions

Stepping In

Patterning

Capturing Description

Necessary and Sufficient

The Elicitation Protocol

4. BELIEFS

Underlying Beliefs

Equivalences

Cause-Effects

Unstated Connections

The "Belief Template"

5. BELIEFS: EQUIVALENCES

Criteria

Elicitation Questions for the Criterion

"Being Passionate About Something": Criterion

Definition

Elicitation Questions for the Definition

"Being Passionate About Something": Definition

Evidence

Threshold

Specificity

Elicitation Questions for the Evidence

"Being Passionate About Something": Evidence

6. BELIEFS: CAUSE-EFFECTS

Enabling Cause-Effects

Elicitation Questions for Enabling Cause-Effects

"Being Passionate About Something": Enabling Cause-Effect

Motivating Cause-Effect

Elicitation Questions for the Motivating Cause-Effect

"Being Passionate About Something": Motivating Cause-Effect

7. SUPPORTING BELIEFS

Noticing Supporting Beliefs

"Being Passionate About Something": Supporting Beliefs

8. STRATEGIES

Sequences and Sets

Primary Strategy

Elicitation Questions for the Primary Strategy

"Being Passionate About Something": Primary Strategy

Secondary Strategies

Elicitation Questions for Secondary Strategies

"Being Passionate About Something": Secondary Strategies

9. EMOTIONS

Signal Emotions

Noticing Signal Emotions

Sustaining Emotions

Elicitation Questions for the Sustaining Emotion

"Being Passionate About Something": Sustaining Emotion

10. EXTERNAL BEHAVIOR

Elicitation Question for External Behavior

"Being Passionate About Something": External Behavior

11. CONTRIBUTING FACTORS

Noticing Contributing Factors

"Being Passionate About Something": Contributing Factors

12. CREATING THE INITIAL ARRAY

"Being Passionate About Something": The Initial Array

13. COMPLETING THE ARRAY

Reviewing the Initial Array

"Being Passionate About Something": Reviewing

Clarifying the Initial Array

"Being Passionate About Something": Clarifying

14. ACQUISITION

Reference Experiences

Access: Establishing the Model in Your Experience

Rehearsal

The Acquisition Protocol

Integration: Becoming Competent

Hindrances

AFTERWORD

APPENDICES

Appendix I: Good Questions

Appendix II: Experiential Array: Elicitation Definitions

Appendix III: Experiential Array: Elicitation Questions

Appendix IV: Example Array: Lenny

BIBLIOGRAPHY


Read the "Preface"
Read an excerpt from Chapter 5