How is SSRM Technology different from all other psychological and medical approaches? Every individual SSRM test is a complete scientific experiment consisting of a Control, a Probe / Stimuli, a Reper (Reference Point), a Registered Response. The test is based on universal human behaviour, that humans will unconsciously react to words, pictures or sounds associated with their emotions.
Such reactions are not dependent on the age, gender, color or language of the person. Response to the control, stimuli and reper obtained during each SSRM test, compared to each other, arrive at statistically reliable results. Consequently each individual test is guaranteed to be the most accurate depiction of one’s relationship to the topics tested.
Scientifically one supports theory with conclusions drawn from scientific experiment. Science rarely attempts to answer questions that apply only to a laboratory setting, but experiments are generally reduced to tightly controlled laboratory studies that are far removed from the real world. Therefore, an important question is how well can conclusions and data from a tightly controlled study be extrapolated outside of the lab? The degree to which extrapolation is possible is the scientific validity of the experiment.
For example, if one administers a prescription or over the counter medicine prescribed for certain sets of symptoms, some of the people will have a positive outcome, some will have a number of different side effects and some might even have a lethal outcome.
The American Heart Association advocates cholesterol desirable levels less than 200 mg/dL, 240 mg/dL and above is considered as having more than twice the risk of coronary heart disease. This statement causes millions upon millions of people to become subjects of anti cholesterol medication for which the side effects are: irritability and mood swings; muscle pain and depression; headaches, nausea and vomiting, rashes and physical weakness; liver failure; neuropathy, wherein you may experience numbness, tingling, or a “pins and needles” sensation in your hands, feet, arms, and legs; rhabdomyolysis, wherein muscle tissue in your body breaks down etc.
If we look at any question-based psychological tests, even if their data is based on a few thousand of so called diagnosed and controlled patients, how close does the psychological state of the patient belong to the world at large with the population just described?
It is important to understand that since every person’s psyche is different our statistics are collected not within the limits of groups of examinees but within the limits of repeating probes during testing procedures in a single examinee. In SSRM Tek, every individual test is a complete tightly controlled scientific experiment where each person is his own control, so the tightly controlled experiment and larger real world are one and the same in the SSRM Tek methodology of testing.
This is the incredible SSRM difference that no other technology boasts today which is the formula for our 0.5% false positive test rate.