Double Loop Control Theory by William T Powers
Control Theory by William T Powers
Complex Intervention Modeling Areas
Dynamics in Action
Reactive: sense and respond
Adaptive: anticipate and learn
Generative: innovate and transform.
Which models help produce effective action?
Modelling human behaviour (MoHuB)
Linear Ballistic Accumulator
The Art of the State
Suicide Dynamics 2
Performance shaping factors
Incorporating organizational factors into Probabilistic Risk Assessment(PRA) of complex socio-technical systems: A hybrid technique formalization Zahra Mohaghegh, Reza Kazemi, Ali Mosleh Reliability Engineering and System Safety (2009) 94 5 p1000–1018 http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095183200800269X. More detailed part of Insight 1074
Adapted from Lane, David C. and Husemann, E. (2008) Steering without Circe: attending to reinforcing loops in social systems. System dynamics review, 24 (1). pp. 37-61. ISSN 0883-706 paper abstract See also Conceptual hybrid mapping IM
COM-B Behaviour Change Model Wheel
Stress Emotion and Control
Effectiveness and Value
The Passions and the Interests
Behavior change model
Double Loop Control Theory with Emotion Regulation and Intent
From Extended Neoclassical to Behavioral Choice Models
The Control of Perception
This models the progressive decline of the ability for self-reliance and the growing dependence on outside help. Z508 p39-42 System Zoo 3 by Hartmut Bossel. Strong outside help causes a collapse of self-help capacity. Weak outside help produces a stable combination of wellbeing and self-help capacity.