Quantifying Mental Health ~ The Mood Science of Mental Health

28 Pages Posted: 9 Apr 2019

Date Written: March 15, 2019

Abstract

Human's basic moods associated with her/his feeling state are examined in a Forensic Simulator. The simulator utilizes bio-feedback algorithms which use recorded hormonal measurement information as it's input which are taken from the mother during her menstrual\cycle. They are the specific recordings of the mother's LH hormonal temporal activity. As such they provide a baseline for this research. The quantification of mood's will be presented in the form of the dynamic motion of the LH state space variables as expressed in various coordinate frames of reference.

At the time of conception, the mother experiences a wide variety of mood's ranging over the cycle from good to bad. As such this nominal 28 day cycle provides a fertile source of information as to the origin of moods. Conception is most likely to evolve either of two ways: a) with consent, or b) non-consent. In both cases, the health of the mother effects that of the child in the womb. Since the development of the human brain at the time of conception is virtual nonexistent, it is very probable that the moods of the mother during the pregnancy effects the child. Hence the feelings (mood science) of the mother provide circumstantial evidence of the child's mental health prior to birth. With the visual aid's that are obtainable from the Forensic Simulator the possibilities of incorporation of a subject into the “loop” completes the notion necessary for effective bio-feedback.

Keywords: loop, strong, weak, SID, CLM, system, forensic, artificial intelligence, temperature, WKDB, hormone, mood, state, measurement, Kalman filter, bio-feedback, internal, external

JEL Classification: l19, l12, l20, C02, C13, C30, C32, C52.C67

Suggested Citation

Ternyik, Stephen I. and Fermelia, Al, Quantifying Mental Health ~ The Mood Science of Mental Health (March 15, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3353500 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3353500

Stephen I. Ternyik

Techno-Logos, Inc. ( email )

Al Fermelia (Contact Author)

CLM Associates ( email )

5760 E Caley Avenue
Centennial, CO CO 80111
United States
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