Quantifying Mental Health (A Mathematical Physics Approach)

8 Pages Posted: 17 Aug 2018

Date Written: 2018


Quantifying Mental Health (QMH) is dependent upon the understanding of subtle parametric changes in the human system. The human is basically comprised of two subsystems that fundamental message and receive information from one another. However there is a third subsystem that is generally overlooked, This research illustrates that the overlooked subsystem plays a dynamic role in the assessment of one's mental health. This overlooked system is that of the human spirit which was given to all at the time of conception by way of the fetal heart beat. The two physical subsystems that most investigators and practitioners examine are that of the heart and the brain. A psychologist may view the interaction of these primary subsystems as “belief and knowledge” from which one derives “thought”. The meta system that is contain in each of us provides the “beat frequency” which the human can ignore via “freedom of choice/free will” . It is this independent meta system that provides human stability over a lifetime. The misuse p appears to be a cause of mental health instability. The parameter of interest evaluated in this research is the meta number defined by the mathematical symbol p. The use of this parameter will be shown to have a relationship with Einstein's famous equation involving the speed of light and hence his definition of “knowledge”. This paper also shows how p can be used to quantify the “beat frequency of thought” in order to QMH.

Keywords: meta, system, physical, spiritual, beat frequency, thought,knowledge, belief

JEL Classification: l19

Suggested Citation

Ternyik, Stephen I. and Fermelia, Al, Quantifying Mental Health (A Mathematical Physics Approach) (2018). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3217085 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3217085

Stephen I. Ternyik

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Al Fermelia (Contact Author)

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