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All feedback is appreciated. Trying to improve my structure as far as calling AI's and AOL's. Also need to remember the little things such as writing down the start time and putting S2 descriptors in their proper places.

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Here is the original target from RVRobot's thread:

[0449 / 0479]


Tue Feb 11, 2014 7:12 pm
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Post Re: Review: RVRobot's 0449/0479
azl,

Although I am NOT a PRO, I have recently performed a session on this target myself. So, here is my feedback for you.

Page 1:

Be sure to get into the habit of writing the time. Soon you'll be using blank paper and won't have this handy reminder.

Your ideogram appears to be more than one movement. This should be one quick, continuous movement.

Refrain from crossing out words, as you did under your "Dimensions" category.

No AOLs? If ANYTHING bubbles up, be sure to write it down.

Page 2: (Mislabeled as Page 3)

Place your [X], [A] etc. actually on the line of the archetype

Page 3: (Mislabeled as Page 4)

On your analytical sketch of [X] be sure to sketch ALL the dimensions. I don't see oblong, pointed, or rectangular.

Page 4: (Mislabeled as Page 5)

The words "damp" and "turning" aren't on the descriptor list. It was suggested that I stick with the descriptor list until I have more sessions under my belt.

Declare you AIs and EIs as follows: AI-sad, EI-tired, EI-interested. Be sure to sub vocalize, " AI, the word "break", and sad." Drop your pen to dissipate. Do not drop the pen for Eis.

No, AOLs? Be sure to list them if they occur.

Page 5: (Mislabeled as Page 6)

Orange is not a texture.

On analytical sketch, I couldn't tell if the "up" and "down" were shown. I see some curved arrows so I wasn't sure if that was indicating the "moving" and "spinning". Just me asking, you have to decide.

Page 6 (Mislabeled as Page 7)

No AI? Probe the columns by resting your pen in the AI and ask yourself how you would feel if you were there. You can also rest your pen in the EI column a bit longer cause it takes more time for EIs to bubble up in that particular column.

Page 7 -Mislabeled as Page 8

You might want to slow down just a bit and try for more descriptors. Your speed could be why there are no AOLs.

Refrain from crossing out (as you did under the "Dimensions" category).

Page 8 (Mislabeled as Page 9)

Refrain from scratching out items (the page number).

Declare your AIs and EIs as previously stated.

It's "shadowed", not "shadowy"...try to stick the descriptor list for now.

Slow down and probe the columns more. You need to get further down the page.

Page 9 -Mislabeled as Page 8

Slow down a bit for more texture and color descriptors.

No AOLs? Might be your speed, just be sure to list everything.

Refrain from crossing out (under dimensions)

Page 10 (Mislabeled as Page 9)

Refrain from crossing out.

Stage 4 of ??? It should be Aspect B, but couldn't read it.

Declare AIs and EIs appropriately.

Probe more.

Page 11 (Mislabeled as Page 10)

Not all of your analytical sketches were represented in your ST. You must copy them exactly, although you may enlarge or shrink them. When listing AIs and EIs, be sure to list them as AI-sad or EI-nervous.

Just wait till Disk 2....no more templates! Be persistent and post often!

Jessie :)

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Hi Jessie,

Thank you again for your timely and thorough feedback. It is very helpful. I didn't even realize I had misnumbered the pages. My RV work reminds me of high school when I lost points for my poor structure. I use computers all day, and transitioning to a more rudimentary interface (paper) is sometimes a challenge. I'd love to have an electronic RV program...

I think I'll reread your notes prior to my next session.


Wed Feb 12, 2014 12:54 am
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I've done the same thing. Don't worry. With practice it will become second nature. I'm still working on it myself. Muscle memory will kick in just like shooting a gun or riding a bicycle.

Keep posting!


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JessieT wrote:
Your ideogram appears to be more than one movement. This should be one quick, continuous movement.

Sometimes during the fast, spontaneous, jerky, autonomic motion which occurs during ideogram production, the hand will automatically briefly lift and drop back down on the paper, resulting in 'gaps'. This is normal and expected, the hand did that for a reason. As long as the ideogram was one, fast, continuous, omnidirectional movement, you did fine. But do not start and stop hand/wrist/arm movement on purpose when producing ideograms.

JessieT wrote:
Declare you AIs and EIs as follows: AI-sad, EI-tired, EI-interested. Be sure to sub vocalize, " AI, the word "break", and sad." Drop your pen to dissipate. Do not drop the pen for Eis.

Only AI should be written:
AI - bored (sub-vocalized as AI break bored and drop pen, let the AI dissipate before picking up pen and resuming)
EI shoud be written as normal data in the S4 column.
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Only label the EIs when placing them on a Site Template, just to differentiate between the viewer's and emotions present at the site.

JessieT wrote:
It's "shadowed", not "shadowy"...try to stick the descriptor list for now.

Shadow, shadowed and shadowy.. all acceptable S2 color descriptors


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Thanks for the clarification, Tiger74.

Sorry, azl.

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