Personality Types – 4 Interesting Facts on Study of Human Nature

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DISC Personality Types – Four Interesting Side Notes into the Study of Human Nature

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DISC Personality Types – A few interesting side notes # 1:
Much later in his life, Dr. Marston created “Wonder Woman” while serving as an educational consultant for DC Comics.  Authoring  the Wonder Woman comic, Marston used a pen name: Charles Moulton.
The desire to understand the reasons for our diverse behavior has been an age-old preoccupation.  The explanations of the ancients were interesting:
DISC Personality Types – A few interesting side notes # 2:
Empedocles (444 B.C.), the founder of a school of medicine in Sicily, believed that everything is made of earth, air, fire, and water. These external elements combine in an infinite number of ways, thus explaining the diversity of behavior.
DISC Personality Types – A few interesting side notes # 3:
In 400 B.C. the Greek physician Hippocrates came to the conclusion that it is not external factors that shape behavior. He disagreed with many of his day who believed human behavior was determined by being born under a certain astrological configuration of planets. Hippocrates theorized that it was something that takes place “inside” the individual. 
DISC Personality Types – A few interesting side notes # 4:
Hippocrates believed that if people had a fast, hot fluid running inside their body, they would be direct, decisive, and a leadership-type person. If one had a fluid that was warm and slow, that person would be family- and relationship-oriented.         
Even though Hippocrates’ ‘blood theory’ didn’t hold much water, it was the first substantial method for identifying and grouping types of human behavior. 

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