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What is ADEP? and what is it good for?

It is a tool used to know and spaclassify behavioral characteristics. It is always aimed at two directions: the personal environment and the work environment.

ADEP: Support for Organizational Decisions

In the area of Human Resources, the ADEP method will help you identify the correct person for the position to fill, according to their behavior. It can also be a support for decision-making when conducting an interview, through the preparation of questions that have the purpose of exploring staff behavior and their aptitude for a certain role. It's very useful when you want to make an internal change of personnel and identify who is suitable to be part of a team when required.

ADEP: Support for Personal Decisions

Performing the FuturaADEP Test will be of great benefit to you, as you'll be able to understand the work environments in which you feel comfortable according to your personality, show how your predominant characteristics can be both strengths and weaknesses, learn strategies to understand, influence and relate to others, understand what motivates them in relationships and maximize these incentives. Authoritarian: Action-oriented behavior, rapid problem solving, decision-making and risk-taking. The Authoritarian likes to make decisions for himself and for others.

Authoritarian: Action-oriented behavior, rapid problem solving, decision-making and risk-taking. The Authoritarian likes to make decisions for himself and for others. Meticulous: Conduct oriented to the explanation, to the investigation of data to ensure its accuracy. The Meticulous likes to take a plan up to the end without neglecting the details.

Stable: Conduct oriented to methods, to maintain balance and harmony. The Stable enjoys working with other people as part of the team.

Persuasive:Conduct oriented to people, to interaction, to interpersonal relationships and to the use of persuasive tactics. The Persuasive likes to socialize and lead others through argumentation.


It allows discovering the strengths and opportunities that are unique to each individual, therefore the result can be used to be shared with other people so that they can realize how to interact with their environment and improve relationships; You can also get feedback by getting to know others.

By taking this test, you may learn: how much potential you have for leadership, sense of responsibility, type of reaction under pressure, self-control, what tasks you prefer or not, positive or negative spirit, tendency to persuasion, ability to fit into the rules, among other aspects.


This model had its origin in the knowledge of William Moulton Marston (1893-1947) of Harvard University. His plan was the development of a unit of measurement of the mental energy of the normal individual, that is, the way of understanding the behavior of a normal human (outside the clinical scope) and also demonstrate their views about human motivation. His method consisted of directing this mental energy in four directions: Domain, Influence, Submission and Conformity to Norms.

In 1928 he published the book "Emotions of Normal People" (Emotions of Normal People) where he formally exposed the Theory and in 1931 he published his second book about the theory entitled: "Integrative Psychology".

This model of Marston is an extension of the teachings of Hippocrates (460-370 BC) who distinguished 4 styles of behavior in the human being: choleric, sanguine, phlegmatic and melancholic.

Using this information our psychology team developed the ADEP model which is a modern interpretation of this theory.

The ADEP Tool

Marston gave the first evaluation guidelines in his theories written in his books "Emotions of Normal People" (1929) and "Integrative Psychology" (1931), but the first to introduce the first evaluation tool was Walter V. Clark, which he called AVA (Activity Vector Analysis) focused on the advantages and benefits that this methodology provided both in the military area and in the labor area.
Clark's test gave good results, but it was a bit complex since the work was by hand and the mathematical-operational process took too long to complete. So Dr. John Greier in the late '60s made several modifications in order to simplify this process. Dr. Greier's studies resulted in what we now know as the ADEP method.

Eva.uation Methods

The starting point is the questions that will be asked and that you will answer according to your personal criteria. Then you will receive a report or result of your evaluation. This report contains two graphs accompanied by their respective descriptions.

Figure I:Perception of yourself of what it really is or natural style pattern.
It pertains to those behaviors that you have when you are in stressful or frustrating situations.

Figure II: Adaptation style pattern..
It represents the self-perception of behavioral tendencies that you think you should use either in the workplace, in society or in the family. And it can change in different environments.

The report will help you understand predominant style traits that arise from the combination of the differences between graphs I and II. When graphs I and II are similar, it means that you feel comfortable, but if your Adaptation style (Figure II) is different from your Natural style (Figure I), this can cause stress, if it is done for a long period and You can deduce that he makes use of behaviors that are so comfortable or natural for you.


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