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Chase Hughes Explains Behavioral Engineering

Unstructured Podcast – Episode 112 – Chase Hughes Explains Behavioral Engineering

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Chase Hughes was raised in Houston, Texas and he also attended a military academy before he later joined the U.S. Navy in 1998. He then served the United States and NATO countries for over 20 years, before he started moving into behavioral engineering. Chase has since become a leading expert in behavior profiling, influence, and interrogation. 

Applied Behavior Research

Hughes is also the founder and CEO of Applied Behavior Research. and he is also a #1 bestselling author of two books on tactical behavior skills. His book The Ellipsis Manual covers advanced persuasion, influence and behavior profiling. Chase teaches elite groups, government agencies and police in behavior science skills. These include behavior profiling, nonverbal analysis, deception detection, interrogation, and advanced behavioral investigation.

His Tactical Behavior Science course is a critical, life-saving course designed for law enforcement. While his Human Tradecraft course is specifically designed for intelligence operations personnel who have to depend heavily on serious human behavioral skills.

The Behaviour Practitioner Course Introduction


Behavior Practitioner Course overview


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