The glossary is offered as a general baseline standard, the first version of the model abbreviated as: "SCG-1". It is the author's recommendation that interpretations of the following terms be specified by users in the context of a work or discourse using SCG-1, if necessary.
Mental: of or pertaining to the behaviour of thoughts, including their patterns
Thought: coherent patterns of bioelectrically stimulated neural matter; a phsyiological behaviour resulting in a mental phenomenon
Thought behaviour: the observable habits of willful thought
Capability: any possible willful action
Thought sequence: the sequential pattern in which thoughts occur (also "train of thought")
Thought cycle: the frequency at which thoughts are repeated in the thought sequence
Mental strength: the willful utilisation of mental capacity
Mental abundance: greater than average metal capacity
Mental surplus: (theoretical only, not possible in actuality) more mental abundance than can be used
Mental development: the natural course of learning to use ones mental capacity
Mental growth: the willful act of increasing mental capacity
Mental conditioning: the willful embedding and practice of particular metal behaviours
Mental illness: the circumstance of being prevented from using ones mental capability by factors entirely out of ones control.
Mental weakness: the act of willfully failing to use ones mental capability.
Mental deficiency: the circumstance of having a limited mental capability compared to a measured human average.