Learning and Personality
In the entire thought process, 1) interaction attributes like trends, summaries, confidence levels, probability values, emotion factors, etc., 2) hierarchical database of past information in B-ROM and 3) guidelines for processing interaction information stored by VP and/or LB on earlier occasions, all of which form your overall personality (as explained in Step 5), are constantly updated when required (such update is commonly called "learning"), which influence further thought processes, and thus decisions. When substantially updated, the same can contribute to change in the existing personality.
The above topic explains how, based on your personality, your current thoughts influence your further thoughts, which happens by the process of learning, which may also result into change in your existing personality.
Not all extramural communication is based on intramural communication. It can also be a result of recalling previously stored words, phrases and sentences from LB memory. This happens when you say something without considering the content being said, e.g. singing a song without considering its meaning or saying "thanks for calling us" without knowing who the person or situation is. In such cases, VP does not participate in the communication other than triggering LB to speak out previously stored repetitive words, phrases and sentences. Such extramural communication has no intramural basis.
The above topic explains how you sometimes say something without meaning it, paying attention to it or going deep into the subject.
As it is easy for a language speaking person to generate extramural communication, his non-verbal communication like gestures, signs, etc. is mostly based on such extramural communication, but for a person dumb since birth, his non-verbal communication is directly based on intramural communication.
The above topic explains the basis of non-verbal communication.
Thanks to the feature of LB Information Accumulation, the more a person speaks in a particular language, more fluent he becomes with it, but even a typical person who is fluent in speaking a language slows down while using newly learnt or unusual words (sometimes even unable to locate the right word). The reason for the same is that words used in regular speech are repetitive in nature, which are parallelly processed by LB, and thus are received rapidly and unconsciously, whereas newly learnt or unusual words and phrases are processed by VP, which locates them from the database in a serial environment, and thus takes time.
The above topic explains the reason behind fluency in speaking a language and why a person who is fluent in speaking a language slows down while using newly learnt or unusual words and phrases.