The role of Brain – Probability & Consequence

Stuttering Jack (www.stutteringjack.com) have explained about 2 fundamental credentials namely, Probability & Consequence which composes mostly of the mind share towards stammering.

Every stammerer combined with the particular speaking situation can be given ratings out of 10 for both probability & consequence.The multiply of these will give the mind share of someone’s stammering out of 100.
Let’s have a brief about them separately :
1.) Probablity – Suppose a stutterer is needed to speak in a particular situation.His brain will observe the situation & rate it out of 10 in fractions of seconds, even sometimes without letting the stutterer even noticing it.
For example, 0 for a situation where he would be confident of speaking with stuttering at all & 9 for a situation where he would be sure to experience a lengthy block.
2.) Consequences – This time, his brain would figure the various consequences of stuttering at that situation.Here also, rating would be given on a scale of 0 to 10.If stammerer feels comfortable that stammering would not cost his any personal/professional/social harm at all, then his brain would rate it zero.A high rating of 7,8, or 9 would be given if his brain considered stuttering at that situation as very undesired or trouble some.
So if Probablity rating is 5 & consequences rating is 6, the product would be 30 out of 100.
Here again, we can figure out the psychological aspect of stuttering & confirm the effectiveness of various spiritual approaches.

Post Author: Harish Usgaonker

2 thoughts on “The role of Brain – Probability & Consequence

    Sachin

    (August 8, 2011 - 5:52 pm)

    Yes. Spiritual approaches help. But they dont "cure" the basic biological (which is small in any case) component of dysfluency.. In other words- you stop worrying too much about it.. and yes, as an overall effect, your communication does improve..
    Good write up..

    admin

    (August 8, 2011 - 6:42 pm)

    very good write up ashish. good mathematical approach to understand this dilemma.

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