Category Archives: 4 Methodology

Academic research that correlates to harassment.

NIDRR Behavior Change Model

The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) behavior change model likely represents how behavior change programs are implemented in other divisions of the Department of Health and Human Services including Public Health. Text in the above chart has … Continue reading

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Biological Harassment – Toxoplasma gondii

Behavioral changes induced by Toxoplasma infection of rodents are highly specific to aversion of cat odors Ajai Vyas,*† Seon-Kyeong Kim,‡ Nicholas Giacomini,* John C. Boothroyd,‡ and Robert M. Sapolsky*§ Author information ► Article notes ► Copyright and License information ► … Continue reading

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Glossary

Mobbing/Fair game harassment/COINTELPRO Organized adult harassment uses any available means to discredit, undermine socially, financially ruin, thwart, drive out, neutralize or torment a co-worker, community nuisance, non-conformist or whistle-blower. The harassment almost always involves groups of 2-3 or more. Leads: … Continue reading

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Mind games: Fear Conditioning and Gas-lighting

Fear Conditioning and Gas-lighting: a form of psychological abuse that uses experimental psychology methodologies such as Classical Conditioning, Fear Conditioning and Operant Conditioning. It involves a pairing audio or visual cues [the color red] to things meaningful to a target … Continue reading

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Suspected drugging events

The Carcass Box,  Seattle, WA – June 2011, Possible attempt to drug and involuntarily commit within days of having identified researchers at the University of Southern Maine and the NIH’s Pittsburgh Mind-Body Center as being involved in the harrassemnt:  Carcass … Continue reading

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Inducing acute stress

Liberals are exploiting social justice community programs to target enemies with years of covert harassment in the work place and in the community. The process begins with labeling them ‘hostile’ and a threat to the community. (see the politics of … Continue reading

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Operant Conditioning – worksheet

First described by US Psychologist Edward Thorndyke, Operant Conditioning focuses on voluntary behaviors. It is used to incrementally shape behavior by providing positive consequences for desired behaviors and negative consequences for undesired behaviors. Effective punishment usually embodies the following qualities: it is consistent, immediate, … Continue reading

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Classical Conditioning – worksheet

First described by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov. Classical Conditioning, focuses is on involuntary reflexes.  It is used to incrementally shape behavior by training you to respond to a stimulus (S1) by pairing the it to something significant to you (mimic), then pairing the (S1) with … Continue reading

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psych references

Conditioning brainwash: to indoctrinate so intensively and thoroughly as to effect a radical transformation of beliefs and mental attitudes Classical conditioning – definition: In behavior conditioning, “A form of […]  learning that was first demonstrated by Russian physiologist Ivan Pavlov (1927). In … Continue reading

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recruiting individuals

Socially engineered pretexts are legitimate tool used by under-cover investigators and human resources departments to confirm allegations of bias or wrong doing against a person. However, this tool can be used unethically to entrap and/or to inflict psychological torment. Information known about the … Continue reading

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