Econometric Modeling and the Mind

Econometric Modeling

Econometric Modeling, Quantification and the Subjective Mind

Ishizuka, Nathalie, “Travel inside the Mind of an Executive: To Hell, Back and Beyond,” Analyzes the extensive daily self-rated data by one of Dr. Yukio Ishizuka’s patients over a five month period of dramatic change (200 pages), Econometric Modeling Applied to Examine Model on Well-being and Happiness, July 1996.

Kishi, N., “A Man Who Dares: A Psychiatrist who Quantifies the Human Mind,” Bushu Weekly, November 4,1993. Interview with Dr. Ishizuka.

Casey, E., “A New Computer Tool,” Wall Street Micro News, Oct. 1985.

Wadie, M., “Psychiatric Software Moves Ahead,” American Business, Winter 1986. Interview article with Dr. Ishizuka.

Samuels, R. Ph.D., “Life-Track,” Computer Software Review, Psychotherapy in Private Practice, Spring 1986.

Ishizuka, Yukio. “Breakthrough Intimacy – Treating Personality” APA (American Psychiatric Association) Annual Meeting, San Diego, May 2007. The paper discusses the quantified results of 1,172 patients treated with Lifetrack method over the last 20 years.

Ishizuka, Nathalie and Ying Zhao, “Applying quantitative modeling to the study of the Mind,” Submitted in class on quantitative methods at Haas School of Business, May 1998.

APPLYING QUANTITATIVE MODELING TO THE STUDY OF THE MIND

ABSTRACT
In this paper we will use Dr. Yukio Ishizuka’s model of mental health (Ishizuka, 1982, 1988) and the extensive daily self-rated data presented by one of his patients (who shall be called Mike) to better understand whether inescapable causes of well-being really exist. Simple multiple regression will be used to allow the reader the pleasure of jumping into Mike subjective world.

It is the hope of the authors that the theory, data and methodology found in this research can in time lead to (1) better understand the nature and interaction of human psychological needs for self-actualization, (2) provide the first quantifiable means to examine and refine an understanding of psychological health from a systems perspective, and (3) explain how subjective perceptions of a person’s sense of self, intimacy and achievement can contribute to overall psychological health.

This paper is a shorter version that builds on the earlier work by Ishizuka, Nathalie “Travel Inside the Mind of an Executive: To Hell, Back and Beyond.”

Editors and Journals

If an editor is interested in a chapter for book format, or journal form, please notify the author. If you have a syllabus with assumptions about healthy human beings applied to organizations, economics, negotiation, political science or other fields contact Nathalie Ishizuka through the Positive Mental Health Foundation Contact Form.  She is interested in collecting these for future use and sharing.

More on Psychology of Health, Organizations and Nations:

A Need for Models based on Healthy Human Beings

Organizational and International behavior should be based on assumptions about healthy human beings.  Read section a Science of Health (life way), Criteria for Health Models (science of happiness), Happiness Defined? Quantified?  (cycle of life),  Happier? (fear of the unknown),  Why Positive Mental Health Works (objective subjective), and Insights (life purpose).

Visit http://www.PositiveMentalHealthFoundation.com to understand individuals at their best, happiest, and most creative form.  Link to us to promote health and happiness.

Ready Made Descriptions to Link to Organizational and International Behavior:

Individual Health, Organizational Health, National Health
Applications about healthy human beings to economics, international affairs, nations, organizational behavior.  A new organizational behavior concept or simply a new field of international behavior based on healthy human beings?

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About Nathalie

Franco-Japanese from New York who writes on individual, organizational, and national health and happiness. Interest in Japan and using Crisis as an opportunity for individual and national transformation.
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