THE SMARANDACHE COMPLEX
The Smarandache Cømplex (with the accent
on the first syllable): is a collection of fears stemming from previous unsuccessful experience or from unconscious feelings that, wanting to do something <S>,
the result would be <Anti-S>, which give rise to feelings, attitudes, and ideas
pushing the subject towards a deviation of action <S> eventually towards
an <Anti-S> action. (From the positive and negative brain's electrical activities.)
For example: A shy boy, attempting to invite a girl to dance, inhabits himself of fear she would turn him down...
How to manage this phobia? To dote and
By transforming it into an opposite one, thinking differently, and being fear in our mind that we would pass our expectancies but we shouldn't.
Psychodrama could be a treatment way.
"Too many bad, unsuccessful experiences may have greatly negative effects on the individual’s well-being. We may be best served by the explanation given by Smarandache (1998, 2002). He has proposed what it was called (Seleacu 2003) the Smarandache Complex which is a collection of fears stemming from unsuccessful experiences or unconscious feelings, that wanting to do something «S», the result would be « Anti-S ». These give rise to feelings, attitudes, and ideas pushing the subject towards an « Anti-S » action. Let us make an analogy with a FLL situation where students desire to be high-achievers and reach language proficiency, that is seeking success, and fail in their learning-experiences or experience bad feelings of apprehension. The drawn objective is the « S » and failure is the « Anti-S ». Hence, the students’ reactions would go hand in hand with the feeling of apprehension, insecurity and fear of failure (Idri, 2014).
Idri, Nadia (2014). Fear of Negative Evaluation as a Variety of Anxiety in Foreign Language Learning: the Case of First Year LMD Students of English at Bejaia University, Degree of Doctorate En-Sciences in Didactics of English, University of Constantine 01, Algeria.
Seleacu, V. (2003). Reflexions on Smarandache Syndrome and Complex, Arhivele Statului Valcea : Rm. Valcea, special collections 1982-2005.
Smarandache, F. (1998). Neutrosophy Probability Set and Logic. American Research Press, Rehoboth, http://fs.gallup.unm.edu/ebook-neutrosophics6.pdf
Smarandache, F. (1998). A Paradoxist Psychological Cømplex, in “Neutrosophy. Neutrosophic Probability, Set, and Logic", American Res. Press, Rehoboth, USA, pp. 32-33.
Neutrosophy, A New Branch of Philosophy, <Multiple Valued Logic / An International Journal>, USA, ISSN 1023-6627, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 297-384, 2002.