Chase Hughes – The Behavioral Table of Elements and Field Guide
From the mind of Chase Hughes,
The Behavioral Table of Elements was designed to have multiple applications across unlimited platforms and to work in any environment and in any country. As an organic document, the table will continue to evolve and progress in its complexity, accuracy and applicability. Your agency or company will have access to this document as it grows for life.
As a training tool, the table is an absolutely invaluable piece of hardware that enables, fast, accurate and measurable training results that can be replicated with ease across a broad spectrum of employees.
As an analysis tool, for the first time in world history, an interaction can be mathematically broken down into accurate and universally understood gestures, behaviors, deception and vocal indicators.
As you make your way through the book, the graphs and tables may seem a bit over-done, but it will be tied up quite nicely as you near the finish. Whether you are reading this as a student, analyst or an instructor, the tables will gradually form a more clear understanding that the Behavioral Table of Elements is actually quite a simple system that exemplifies the closest possible attempt our species has ever made to scientifically understand and categorize human behavior and interaction in a way that can be shared and understood by anyone, or presented in court.
The rating system was developed to account for variables, numerically and behaviorally break down an entire interaction and automatically change numeric values in response to organic events within interrogation and conversation.
Every time the table is used for any reason, the user begins to develop a more intimate understanding of behavior, the cell abbreviations and their important position within the table. After a three-week period of periodic use, most clients in the test group experienced significant results and were able to recall over 95% of the cell data and the relationship of behaviors. Field agents will be able to use this table on a daily basis and it will eventually become a subconscious competence that is developed that will very likely save hundreds of lives in Law Enforcement.
An ‘instinctive’ ability to use the table in real-world environments to profile behavior usually takes about nine to eleven weeks of exposure. The tri-fold wallet cards that accompany the advanced training package are absolutely indispensable for field agents. You’ll find that it will be easy and enjoyable to take the table home and use it to watch the news, TV shows and even interact with your children. Employees will absolutely take this table into their personal lives and use it in myriad ways that will vastly speed up the process of their familiarization and development of their ‘unconscious competence.’