Re: CORRECTION: Rep grids and cognitive flexibility.

Robert W. Gorman (
Wed, 17 Sep 1997 14:43:19 -0400

At 04:17 PM 9/17/97 +1200, you wrote:
> wrote:

>> My aim is to study cognitive flexibility (not complexity) in
>> relation
>> to moral awareness. Can anyone help?

I applaud you efforts, we need more people with moral awarenees on ways of
helping others to this point.

>I have examples of the same set of data concerning moral awareness which
>were processed by two software packages. One called "Decide Right"
>seemed to use a dendritic method and came up with a single set of
>conclusions. The other was my Ingrid96 PCA package which showed a higher
>degree of flexibility in that it showed both sides of the argument and
>though it showed the same conclusion as the "Decide Right" package it
>finally aligned with the outlook that suited my intuition, (which was
>diametrically opposed to the "Decide Right" conclusion.)
>Ingrid96 is available as DOS freeware from my website and I can build a
>special page on the above sets of data.

>Jim Legg http://homepages,

I tried this and my system could not find it. Do you know it DNS i.e. a
series of numbers that univquely identifies your site?

I would love to get the Ingrid96 pkge, and would also be interested in the
sets of data.

I have been learning. and using Rep grids since the early 80's, in a wide
variety of applications. I wish you luck in your current project, and if I
can be of help, please, do not hesitate to send me email.

"To get new answers, we must ask new questions!"

"The individual is statistically insignificant,
and statistics is individually insignificant."