Macro to Micro Trigger: Model of the Mental State as a Moderating Variable in Organizational Conflict Management
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This article emphasizes the importance of states in testing for information seeking and leadership style (Tidwell & Sias, 2005). Emphasis on states can work to the advantage of women and marginalized groups since states are purely mental, treating gender as a tool to a goal. In such cases of emphasis on the body as a tool, as in maleness, able-bodiedness, or whiteness we must discern how the ‘tool’ satisfies its own intrapersonal goals versus altruistic concern for maintaining interpersonal relationships in the workplace (Holt & DeVore, 2005). Macro to micro model of a state as a moderating variable describes the overall macro pattern of altered states, called quantum superpositions (Gao, 2015), as part of information seeking (Tidwell & Sias, 2005). Micro explains WHY the macro patterns occur based on micro visual or audio triggers in keying onto a salient feature, which then frames the quantum superposition experience in Lacanian analysis of the role of visuals and the subconscious motivation (Drzewiecka, 2014, Gao, 2015, Stein, 2017, & 2019). Personality as a predictor of leadership style is based on concepts of personality as unchanging or limited, yet no one has explained WHY altered states of quantum superposition are triggered in altering leadership style (Gao, 2015, & Tidwell & Sias, 2005) as part of closure (Kościelniak, Rydzewska, & Sedek, 2016). A topographic model, with a micro model explaining the visual, auditory or somatic trigger of behavior, reacting towards, avoiding, or countering the effects or direction of the trigger is offered illustrating a descriptive mental space personality extension model moderating relationships in conflict management.