An auditor doing correction lists (53RC, WCCL, etc.) will find himself called upon, by directions, to do an Int RD Correction List every time Int reads,
Int can go out from day to day.
C/Ses become frantic trying to handle it over and over.
The only fault in the original Int R/D was that the flow 1 command was too permissive. The pc could run any flow direction. This missing flow sometimes causes Int to keep reading.
But the main trouble with Int is that they never got the word defined. If it was never well cleared it will continue to read.
If Int did read, and you were going to do something with it, the test is this:
Is the TA misbehaving?
Only do an Int R/D or Int correction list when there is TA misbehavior (high or low).
Int is only run to cure TA troubles. Therefore if the TA is in range, you have a "no situation".
In such a case you would 2WC "How do you feel about interiorization?" to FN. If the pc waffles on this, ask: "Do you understand what the word means?" and clear it up. If still unhandled, ask him "What does interiorization mean?" If you clear up the misunderstoods, Int will then stop reading.