Dr. Antonella Vannini, psychotherapist and Dr. Ulisse di Corpo, statistician, Rome, Italy
The term phenomenology derives from the Greek words meaning phenomenon, logic and heart. It is used to indicate the logic which is behind the phenomena of the heart. Recent research has shown that the heart reacts in advance to future stimuli and that a poor perception of feelings and emotions reduces the ability to decide advantageously and to finalize our behavior. In science the word phenomenology is often used to indicate mathematical theories that describe the logic that links observations and experiences. In cardiophenomenology the mathematical model is the Syntropy model which was developed in 1941 by the mathematician Luigi Fantappiè.