Other Monadic Procedures

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If you want to find out about a person’s central values, and the constructs s/he

feels are particularly important, you can ask the interviewee to tell you about

him-/herself using just one, vivid and dramatic, situation as the element: the

monadic statement.

For example, if you had a choice about it, what would you like to see written

on your tombstone? And can you think of a statement which is the opposite of

that one? The answer to these two questions would be a construct which said

something, possibly profound, about your own views of yourself!