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Antoinette Sisco's picture

The "Loopy Brain Model"

The “Loopy brain model” is a good story which easily explains diversity in preferences, learning style and personal choices.   How we select clothing styles, friends, places to live, hobbies, education, employment, and ect. are all outcomes of the “I-function” we have individually constructed. 

Personal choices can be influenced externally by limited experiences and availability: clothing preferences can be shaped by what styles are available for purchase in a given season, location, price range and cultural climate.  (A wealthy woman in  urban Pakistan will probably not select the same clothing style as a economically challenged woman in Texas.)   Does culture limit creativity?  How often are our  uniqueness bounded by societal constraints?   Does it mean that we ‘change’ who we ‘are’ to be presentable in a public forum???????

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