Double Loop Control Theory by William T Powers
Complex Intervention Modeling Areas
Control Theory by William T Powers
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)
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
Linear Ballistic Accumulator
The Art of the State
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
From Extended Neoclassical to Behavioral Choice Models
The Passions and the Interests
Behavior change model
Suicide Dynamics 2
Double Loop Control Theory with Emotion Regulation and Intent
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.