The basic premise of color biometric authentication is that every person can be accurately identified by his or her intrinsic behavioral traits. Color Behavioral identifiers include the unique ways in which individuals act, including desires, natural talents, personality balance
PERSONALITY DISORDER TESTING
Personality disorders can be easily identified-the more extreme the disorder, the higher the correlation outside of normal distribution.
There are many opportunities. A simple two minutes color test is all that’s needed. See below a list of personality disorders that have indicated high correlations.
Functioning Autistic people all scored the “Autistic Pattern.” The pattern was easily identified in a sample base of 20+ Sample Group. It’s 1 in 51,000 significance. It has 98% accuracy. Those that are functioning totally independently still scored the same pattern. The pattern, however, appeared higher in the 1-15 color ranking.
25+ Sample group was very easy to detect. More self-esteem information can also aid in giving support. This needs more research to establish other indicators, triggers that make eating uncontrollable. 1-2,000 significance. More testing is needed to establish other significant factors. It has 82% accuracy.
PTSD, Emotional or Physical Abuse
This indicator is very easy to detect. It’s similar to children with Emotional and Physical abuse. It’s a one 1-3000 significance. A larger survey sample is needed to indicate the differences.
This pattern is already very distinguishable. It’s a small sample base, however of 15. It’s never been wrong, 100% accurate. Other patterns need to be also recognized. 1-30,000 significance.
This is a group of children who don’t get sincere hugs. It’s one of the saddest things I’ve ever witnessed. Help me help these children. It’s the reason I built and invested millions in the Dewey Color System. Yes, acting out can also be because they are tired or hungry. This is not the same. It’s full of anger.
Acting out, ultimately, can be a bid for being seen, valued and accepted as they are. It can be as though the child is saying, “Hey, Mom, why don’t you love me? They need to feel that “You will love them no matter what they do.”
The primary goal of the Dewey Color System is to give a non-verbal language to children.
In working with children, 8 to 16 years old many times, comments like “Is that all that’s wrong with me?” “Or thank you, I thought I was crazy, “ These comments show how resilient children can be. They just need to understand the nature of their fears or emotional discomfort.
Many of these disorders have no proven tests. Of course, diagnosing the problem makes it easier to solve. It also gives the capability to monitor progress. Giving support at a younger age is a game-changer. Life experiences haven’t yet blocked the path to adopting a new thought pattern.
How You Can Help
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