Articles, Papers and Books
By Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.
Psychical Profiling consists of analyzing the various mental and physical characteristics possessed by experients of specific psychical phenomena.
This profiling method is utilized to assess experients of psychical phenomena and propose direction in the way of psychical and psychophysiological wellbeing and enhancement via their assessment results.
While most types of psychical-physiological studies focus on performance variables in regards to physiological effects, my studies have lead me more in the direction of physiological effects reported by experients of specific psychical phenomena.
These include effects that exist pre-, during, and post performance. This includes physiological symptoms and conditions that appear to be correlated to psychical instability.
In other words, experients in which report psychical instability typically report one or several types of physiological conditions. These physiological effects have been associated with and placed into 8 psychical profiling categories.
Physiological effects very per profile, and there are some cross-associated conditions. Whether the condition is caused by the psychical instability, or the instability is caused by the condition is uncertain, but the treatment of the condition appears to resolve the instability.
- Psychical Profiling: Psychical-Psychological Profiling
- Psychical Profiling: Targeting Psychological Health for Psychical Enhancement
- Psychical Profiling: Decreased or Ceased Psychical Phenomena Due to Associated Personality Deviation
- Psychical Profiling: Increased Reactivity to Psychical Stimuli Due to Mental Illness
- Psychical Profiling: Correlations Between Myers-Briggs Types and Psychical Types
- Psychical Profiling: Myers-Briggs and Psychical Type Explanations of Result Deviations
- Psychical Profiling: Correlations Between Psychical Phenomena and Presence of Physiological Abnormalities
- Psychical Profiling: Correlations Between Cognitive Skills and Psychical Performance