Research Article
Volume 13 Issue 4 - 2021
Mental Aggressive Operability from Informational Perspective: A Deterrence Manifesto
Florin Gaiseanu*
Science and Technology of Information Bucharest, Romania and Barcelona, Spain
*Corresponding Author: Florin Gaiseanu, Science and Technology of Information Bucharest, Romania and Barcelona, Spain.
Received: February 23, 2021; Published: March 23, 2021




Abstract

Introduction: The aggressive mentality is operable at any age and gender, but especially during the adolescence/youth, when the prefrontal cortex responsible for the inhibition of the informational emotional/alarm signals transmitted by amygdala is not yet fully matured.

Aim: Informational Modelling and Methodology of Determination of mental aggressiveness for its detection and deterrence.

Analysis and Modelling: The informational system of the human body is reflected in consciousness by the info-accumulation especially during the childhood period, when are added over the inherited traits the concepts on good/bad type references learned from parents, which can engrave positive or negative emotional paths in consciousness, converted into positive/negative (YES/NO type) judgment criteria of the future adult. Such criteria strongly influence the thinking behaviour, distinguishing each individual from others, according to own personal life experience.

Results and Discussion: The perception and interpretation of the reality is different for each of us, and this can be described by the model of cognitive-sentient exploration of reality (CSER), which explains the perception/interpretation of reality by means of the cognitive centres of consciousness. The manifestation of the mental aggressiveness is a disruptive process, distinct from the natural/normal behaviour and this is germinated by the personal thinking manner: the maintenance of the obsolete judgement criteria are unfavourable for the mental health and the connection to new reliable educational informational sources to educate/teach/reformate the thinking structure of the mind operability is necessary. The stereotype mechanisms of the aggressiveness manifestation are described and suggestively presented by a qualification diagram.

Conclusion: On the basis of the specific analysis and modelling of the aggressive behaviour founded on informational concepts and informational activities of distinct cognitive centres of the mind specifically defined, it was deduced the important role of educable centre Ibelieve, the fundamental role of Iwant as a combination between all other centres, and that of the centres Ilove, Icreated and Icreate in the triggering of the stereotype mechanism of the aggressive actions. A novel powerful methodology to detect the aggressive mental behaviour and the possibility to use it for prevention of aggressive acts was also deduced, which can be used, besides the actual modern resources for the identification of the individual mental health state, independently on age and gender, for the aggressiveness deterrence and violence avoidance.

Keywords: Mental Aggressiveness; Cognitive-Sentience Exploration of Reality (CSER); Mind Operability; Prefrontal Cortex; Amygdala/Limbic System; Stereotype Behaviour; Deterrence and Prevention of Violence

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Citation: Florin Gaiseanu. “Mental Aggressive Operability from Informational Perspective: A Deterrence Manifesto”. EC Neurology 13.4 (2021): 31-39.

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