Ionocovalency Correlates with Psychology *

Yonghe Zhang
American Huilin Institute

 

According to Sigmund Freud, the mind contains a conscious part and an unconscious part. Freud looked at people as a closed system of psychic energy that is floating between the conscious and the unconscious part of the human spirit.

Another theory is instinct theory. The instinct is an innate biological force, which commands the

organism to behave in a particular way. The main advocate of the instinct theory was the psychologist

McDougall. He hypothesized that all thinking and behavior is the result of instincts, which are fixed from birth, but which can be adjusted by learning and experience.

Behavioral genetics began in England with Sir Francis Galton. Since Galton a lot of people proved that complex behaviors related to personality, psychopathology and cognition are all influenced to some degree by genetics. They have also found that genetics alone is never enough to explain behavior, because behavior is also influenced by the environment.

These theories are closely consistent with the ionocovalency theory. According to the psychological theories, unconscious, instinct as well as id, incentives, ego and genes are of the ionic function and conscious, experience, socialization, superego and environment are of the covalent function. And the energy, of that Freud looked at people as a closed system of psychic energy that is floating between the conscious and the unconscious part of the human spirit, is the IC-potential:

I(unconscious, instinct, id, ego and genes)C(conscious, experience, socialization, superego and environment) = I(Iz)C(n*rc-1)

And that the instinct is an innate biological force, which commands the organism to behave in a particular way, is right the ionicity I(Iz).

 

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