Behavioral Investment Theory
A Theory of the Mind-Brain-Animal Behavior Relation
Behavioral Investment Theory (BIT) is the third key idea in the Unified Theory Of Knowledge. It is a theory of the mind-brain-behavior relation, and it provides the metatheoretical framework for the evolution of Mind, the third plane of existence on the ToK System. It gives rise to a neurocognitive functionalist view of mental behavior and a model of the cognitive architecture of the human mind in four levels (reactive, operant, imaginative, linguistic).
To the right is in introduction to the idea, and below is an Educational Video and several TOK Essays. Here is a book chapter on the concept, here is a chapter on how the concept applies to depression. Here is an academic paper on BIT.
An Educational Video and TOK Essays on Behavioral Investment Theory
Finding a Missing Link between Economics and Psychology
Skinner's Fundamental Insight and Fundamental Error
Understanding Behavioral Investment Theory
The Behavioral Shutdown Theory of Depression
Understanding Behavior via the ToK System
Perceptions, Motives, and Emotions: A Control Theory Model
Perception and Perceptual Illusions
The Human Mind: An Informational Interface Approach