Analysis: The Formal Theory of Behavior outlines Dr.
Levis' theory. The book includes scientific ratification of the
principals of the educational program.
Analysis Training is a workbook that teaches how one
resolves conflict through samples of creativity.
Analysis: The Formal Theory of Behavior systematically introduces
the study of the Unit process. The ten chapters present
issues clarifying the relevance of the Unit paradigm for the disciplines
of the social sciences.
is a companion volume, the Conflict
Analysis Training. This is a manual driven self assessment
and psychodynamic psychotherapy. By completing the manual,
a person finds instantly how one resolves conflict and how to
improve on one's way of relating in order to reduce one's pathology.
volume and the workbook are suggested readings for the Creativity
and Power Management programs of study. These volumes help
to evolve theoretical knowledge, practical skills and personal
Formal theoretical model is finding its way into managed care
psychotherapeutic facilities, into progressive educational institutions
and into programs of organizational training and finally into
spirituality. The Unit Process is the integrative paradigm
that makes behavior into the Moral Science.
Stealing the Fire of the Gods
Playing off of the mythological character Prometheus, who stole the fire of the Gods and brought it to mankind, the book functions both as both a critique of religious and political paradigms as well as a vision for pragmatic change.