Application of driver training and safety research in split-second decision making under stress, for managing impulsivity and inattention with mental health and general populations


Authors: Abraham-Gerard Meyer and Robert W. Lebovits
Page Range: 257-276
Published in: Brain, Body, Cognition, 9#2 (2019)
ISSN: 2643-5683

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Transferring living laboratory’s driving safety research into applications for the general population for all aspects of mental health through training to remove human resistance to change. We engage subjects through a caring path to success and mentoring constructive ways to think POSITIVELY, facilitating the choice to determine their individual journey to progress. By making daily, goal-directed mini-steps for six to eight weeks, they satis-factorily master the knowledge and behavioral skills needed for self-sustaining their new way of improved functioning.

Prior to any intervention in mental health application of the enabling research, we employ advanced online, automated screening to detect potential co-morbid conditions (ADHD, ODD, and CD, plus any of Procrastination’s seven factors) so as to customize for each subject a meta-cognitive po-sitive psychology protocol for Mind Focused Coaching and Therapy. We aim to diminish decision-making errors of impulsivity and inattention and to remediate Tunnel Vision Effect (TVE), a physiological dysfunctional response trigg-ering dire psychological and traumatic consequences associated with panic, obsession, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. We continuously reinforce the concept: “Think pos-itive and it will be positive.”

Keywords: impulsivity, inattention, tunnel vision effect, destination, attitude, focus, awareness, choice

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