NeuroPrint is an aspect of the Standard Theory of Pattern-Entropy Dynamics an integrative approach to psychology developed by Mark Evan Furman and Fred P. Gallo in their book Neurophysics of Human Behavior
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NeuroPrint was developed in order to provide a way of perceiving the effects of this network of interactions between information fields on our dynamic bioarchitecture and our quality of life. It brings into focus the network of interactions that permits the development of brain, mind, behavior, thoughts, and emotions, and,by the same methods, it redefines the very meaning and precision of psychotherapeutic intervention. From the perspective of NeuroPrint and cognitive neurophysics, intervention is simply precise microscopic and macroscopic changes in the state of motion of a neurocognitive system. In physics, this state of motion is referred to as a phase path. NeuroPrint was designed to afford the scientist, practitioner, and student of human behavior and cognition the ability to predict and influence the transition probabilities between any two or more behaviors, thoughts, emotions, or physiological states available to a particular human being, and thus predict and alter the course of human thought and behavior.