BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SCALE

BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SCALE

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BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGICAL SCALE
This refers to objective events which can be measured

BEHAVIOR PHYSIOLOGY
Tone 4
Motion toward,
swift approach Full control of autonomic by cortex, both cranio-sacral and thoracolumbar systems of autonomic func-tioning at optimum under direction of cortex; muscle tone excellent; reactions excellent; energy level high
3.5
Motion toward,
approach Moderate control of autonomic by cortex; cranio-sacral functioning well, thoracolumbar slightly de-pressed; muscle tone good; reactions good; energy level moderate
Motion toward,
slow approach Autonomic functioning independent of cortex; cranio-sacral functioning well, slight activity in thoracolum-bar muscle tone fair; energy level fair
Tone 3
No motion,
Stay Autonomic independent of cortex; cranio-sacral func-tioning well, but no activity in thoracolumbar; muscle tone, reaction time and energy level poor
2.5 Motion away,
Recede slowly Autonomic begins to take over control; cranio-sacral inhibited, thoracolumbar up; slight restlessness, heightened activity, wavering attention
Motion away,
Recede quickly Increased activity thoracolumbar cranio-sacral more suppressed; increased restlessness, wavering of atten-tion, inability to concentrate
Tone 2
Motion toward,
slow attack Increased activity of thoracolumbar inhibition of cra-nio – sacral; irritability; increased heart action, spas-modic contractions of gastrointestinal tract, respira-tion increased
Motion toward,
violent attack Full autonomic mobilization for violent attack; com-plete inhibition of cranio-sacral, thoracolumbar in full action; respiration and pulse fast and deep; stasis of gastrointestinal tract; blood to peripheral vascular system
Motion away,
slow retreat Autonomic settles down to chronic rage reaction, in-hibition of cranio-sacral; imperfect gastrointestinal action; increased peripheral vascular circulation, in-creased pulse and respiration
Tone 1 Motion away,
violent flee Autonomic mobilization for full flight reaction; laxity of gastrointestinal tract; all blood to peripheral vas-cular system, especially muscles for rapid flight; breathing and pulse rapid and shallow
0.5 Slight motion,
agitation in one place,
Suffer Autonomic mobilized for cry for help, grief; cranio-sacral on full; thoracolumbar inhibited; deep, sobbing breathing; pulse hard and irregular; discharge of tears and other bodily secretions
No motion,
Succumb Shock reaction; thoracolumbar inhibited; cranio-sacral full on gradually decreasing as organism ap-proaches death; breathing shallow and irregular; pulse thready; blood pooled in internal organs; mus-cles limp, lacking tone; pallor
Tone 0

In any particular situation two or three of the above patterns will pre-dominate. Usually the behavior and physiological patterns will be involved in any suppressor action. The speed at which the organism descends the tone scale varies widely. It may be arrested at any point, it may stay within one level for a long period of time before descending, or it may proceed so rapidly that the individual is unconscious almost before he realizes a suppressor is acting.

Notes on the Lectures 1950
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