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Human Behavior Science

The Science of Human Behavior crosses over from the secular to the sacred and vice-versa. All truth is divine, whether it is from science or the Scriptures. Every created thing and fact is divine. Even science is sacred, but most scientific truth is not found in the Bible. Just because a scientific fact is not found in the Scriptures does not mean it is true or not. We should sift everything we learn from science through the grid of spiritual truth to see if there are conflicts. If so, we should guard against believing everything "so-called" science says is true.

The 4 Temperaments and DISC Model of Human Behavior was first discovered outside of the Bible, but is still reliable because it doesn't contradict spiritual truth and has passed the Scientific Method test. Looking at Human Behavior Science from a biblical perspective is also very practical and powerful to live a more healthier and happier spiritual and secular (sacred) lives.

To better understand Human Behavior Science we must start by asking: What is the DISC model? The DISC Model of Human Behavior describes the four basic temperament types: Choleric (D-type), Sanguine (I-type), Phlegmatic (S-type) and Melancholy (C-type). Everyone is a blend of DISC behavior. No normal person has a bad personality. It's what you do with your DISC personality that may be good or bad. Identifying your DISC personality blend/s is vital to effective leadership and relationships.

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Is it a personality profile or personality test?

One way to determine if a consultant, trainer, or teacher has been properly taught Human Behavior Science is if he or she refers to the assessment as a 'test.' Since there are no wrong answers, there are only honest or dishonest answers, no one fails the process.

Referring to the questionnaire as a 'test' can be very scary for most people. Tests are threatening. Even the words, assessment and profile can be a little challenging. It is best to refer to the "profile' as a 'Member¹s Guide' or booklet. Most people use the title 'profile' without much thought of it being a 'test.' The word 'profiling' has become more popular today due to the terrorists, but is in no way connected to personality profiling.

Actually profiling can be very helpful when it comes to criminals. The problem with profiling is when the racial factor is abused and misused. The color of ones skin should never be used to profile anyone as a threat. If a person, regardless of their race, acts suspicious and says strange things that may affect your safety, that person should be questioned and examined. Criminals and terrorists can have all sorts of personality types, so it doesn¹t matter what their personality profile is. What matters is their criminal or terrorist profile.

Profiling children in school can be very practical and helpful. Identifying students' personality and motivational styles can help teachers understand and lead individuals more effectively. Having personality insights and identifying students¹ learning styles, plus having educators understand their own teaching styles can be extremely helpful.

All students should have their DISC Personality Type profile in their school files. That way teachers and administrators can better assess how to lead and teach those children. Teachers should also identify their DISC Personality Type to improve their Classroom Climate, plus discipline and motivate students according to their personalities.

Personality profiling can be a sensitive subject if you don¹t explain its importance and function. The most important advice is to NEVER use the term 'personality test.' That definitely gives people the impression that some personalities are better than others.