|Applies to||systems, headmates, system functions|
Modularity is when headmates might have a vague feeling to them, and may never be seen in exactly the same way again. A metaphor that has been used to describe this is assembling, disassembling and reassembling a headmate with the same Lego bricks, but in a different shape each time.
The difference can range from the affected headmates behaving a bit differently, to them seeing themselves as completely different people each time.
If not all members of a system are affected by this, the group of affected members might be referred to as a module.
Related Terms[edit | edit source]
The phenomenon described as fractal is similar and overlaps.
References[edit | edit source]
Research by Richard P. Kluft (Warning for outdated and pathologizing language):