Section 1 explains what mind is and how evolution has contributed to its development.
Section 2 explains Dichotomized Operating System Model (DOS Model), the functional model of mind by introducing its core component, Interaction Processing System (IPS). It also explains basic phenomena like thinking, sensation, perception, awareness, consciousness, heredity, etc. by explaining their mechanisms and processes besides explaining how mind develops over time.
Section 3 introduces Dichotomized Functional Analysis (DF Analysis), an analytical procedure that can be used to explore, explain and understand all functions of mind. As examples, phenomena of attentional limit, intentionality and millenniums old mystery of free will are explained.
Section 4 solves mysteries that have baffled medical research for decades or more, like Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder), effects observed in Split-Brain Patients and all major symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) using DF Analysis.
Section 5 lists topics of forthcoming work, where day-to-day life phenomena are explained using DF Analysis.
Glossary of New Terms