Sundial: Theoretical Relationships Between Psychological Type, Talent, and Disease

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Type Table of Academic Subjects Significantly Preferred by Each Type
1
Chapter
5
from Choices on the MBTI Form G
8
Adaptive Versus OneSided Type Preferences
11
Chapter
19
Fine Artists
27
FIGURES
28
Localization of Abilities in the Brain
29
Immediate Memory Performance as a Function of Time of Day
179
Five Phases Correspondences in Chinese Medicine
180
Order of the Five Phases in Chinese Medicine
181
Season of Death in Cardiovascular and Immune Pattern Diseases within
182
Chapter Eight
185
The Medicine Wheel
188
Incidence of Heart Disease Stroke and Cancer by Season of Birth
191
Season of Birth and Frequency of Heart Disease Stroke and Cancer in Nine Talent Categories
192

Relationship Between Type Functions and Laterality
32
Chapter Three
39
Writers and Journalists
42
Fine Arts Seniors
43
Relative Control of Native Musical Abilities in the Hemispheres RightHanders
46
Normal PET Scans of Different States of Auditory Stimulation
47
Relative ArtRelated Deficits Resulting from Unilateral Lesion
52
Drawings by Artistically Unskilled RightDamaged Patients
54
Drawings by Artistically Unskilled LeftDamaged Patients
55
Drawings by Nadia Age 5 12 of a Rooster and a Horse and Rider
58
SelfPortraits by Anton Räderscheidt Before and at TwoMonth Intervals After a RightHemisphere Stroke
60
SelfPortraits by Lovis Corinth Before 1911 and After 1921 a RightHemisphere Stroke
61
Developmental Shifts in Drawing Symmetry and Asymmetry
62
SexHandedness Variations in Drawing Symmetry and Asymmetry
63
Schizophrenic Psychiatric Patients
67
Bipolar Psychiatric Patients
68
The Scream 1893 by Edvard Munch
69
Example of Psychotic Art Brut by Adolf Wölfli 1917
70
Trends from the Drawing Study
73
Hypothetical Development of Lateralities for Drawing and Language
74
Hypothetical Development of Verbal and Nonverbal Tendencies in the Sexes
75
Chapter Four
77
Approximations of Type and Talent Lateralities in the Brain
80
A VerbalNonverbal Spectrum of Talent
88
Frequency of Talents in a sample of Savants
90
Incidence of Males to Females in a Survey of Exceptional Talents
97
Average Age at Onset of Various Talents
99
Distribution of Talents in a sample of Disturbed Young People
107
Hypothetical Relationships Between Talent and Behavior
109
Proposed Relationships Between Laterality Talent and Deficit
110
TalentDeficit Continuum in the Brain
111
Hemispheric Emphases in DominantAuxiliary Functions
115
Minimum IQ Requirements in a sample of Talents
124
Chapter Five
127
Male Heart Patients
130
Frequency of Disease by Talent Category
135
Incidence of Heart Disease and Stroke in Nine Talent Areas
136
Major Diseases by Talent Laterality
138
Chapter
153
The Major and Minor Chakras and Their Chief Pathways
157
Properties Said to Be Associated with Chakras
158
Artists Rendering of an Aura Around the Head
159
Waveforms and Frequencies Associated with Auric Colors
160
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
161
Some Biologic and Medical Effects of Light on Humans
164
Chapter Seven
169
Traditional YinYang Symbol
172
Correspondences Linking Chakras YinYang Laterality and Type in the Localization of Disease
175
Performance as a Function of Time of Day for Visual Search Tasks
178
Hypothetical Links Between Birth Season Type Talent and Disease Pattern
193
Heart Disease Stroke and Cancer in Cold and Warm Seasons
195
Frequency of Meditation Expressed as an XY Graph
199
Strange Attractor Model of a Pendulum
201
Adaptation of the Circadian Rhythms for Temperature and Task Performance After Westward or Eastward Flights of 6Hour Tranzonal Displacement
202
Mean Errors and Mean Number of Lag Trials for a Serial ChoiceReaction Task Performed Twice Under Cold and Moderate Temperatures
203
Chapter Nine
209
EinsteinLorentz Transformation
211
Relationship of Energy to Velocity
212
EinsteinTiller Model of Positive and Negative SpaceTime
213
EEG of Seizure Activity
214
Chinese Pulse Diagrams
215
The Structure of an Artificial Magnet and Its Similarity to ChakraKundalini Theory in the Body
216
Talent Laterality and Season of Birth as a Brain Map
218
The Autonomic Nervous System
219
Sundial Model of Type Talent and Disease
220
Births and Mortality in Talent Groups by Month of Year
224
Season of Birth by Talent Laterality
225
Season of Death by Talent Laterality
226
An Illustration of How a Repeating Spiraling Cycle Can Be Described Using a Spectrum Frequency Diagram
228
A Schematic Illustration of the Double Helix
232
Xray Diffraction Patterns of Crystalline DNA Fiber in the A Form and B Form
233
Helical Paths of Type Development Over a Lifetime
236
Chapter
239
The Spiral of Life
241
The Caduceus Western Symbol for Healing
242
Waves Produced by Interference and by Periodic Circular Motion
244
Waves Produced in the BeluzovZhabotinsky Reaction
245
Kirlian Photography of Effects of Therapeutic Touch on the Healer
247
Wave Recordings of Therapeutic Touch
249
EEG and EOG Recording of D K During Therapeutic Touch
250
Revelations in Revelation
259
Relativistic Tree of Life
269
Accretion Disk Around a Black Hole
272
EPILOGUE
279
TYPE TABLES OF RELEVANT VOCATIONAL GROUPS
299
INCIDENCE OF DISEASE BY TALENT GROUP
307
Incidence of Heart Disease in Nine Talent Areas 309 77 Incidence of Heart Disease in Nine Talent Areas 78 Incidence of Stroke in Nine Talent Areas
309
Incidence of Infectious Disease Excluding AIDS in Nine Talent Areas
310
Incidence of KidneyUrinary Disease in Nine Talent Areas 311 81 Incidence of KidneyUrinary Disease in Nine Talent Areas 82 Incidence of Degener...
311
Incidence of Diseases of the Gut in Nine Talent Areas
312
Incidence of Autoimmune Disease Arthritis Diabetes AsthmaAllergies in Nine Talent Areas
313
DISTRIBUTION OF TALENT AND DISEASE BY MONTH OF BIRTH
315
Distribution of Scientists and Mathematicians by Month of Birth
317
Distribution of Musicians by Month of Birth
318
Distribution of Athletes by Month of Birth
319
INDEX
323
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Sobre l'autor (2005)

Barbara E. Bryden, Ph.D., has worked in counseling, teaching, writing, and research capacities in academic and applied settings. She has been a Killam scholar in both counseling psychology and education at the University of Calgary.

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