Profiling has often been given a negative perspective. In this episode of Borne the Battle, Marine Corps Veteran Brian Marren explains how Human Behavior Pattern Recognition and Analysis is a scientific form of human behavior profiling, and how it’s not based on race or religion but rather on how all humans behave.

The world today seems far smaller and connected than the decades before it, bringing about stronger trade and increased diversity. However, a more integrated world has inevitably led to a greater need for security and safety.

As a former Marine Scout Sniper, Marren believes that both the military and civilians need to be prepared psychologically for any situation. His master’s degree in Applied Pyschology–and Marine Corps background–have proved pivotal in developing his passions.

Today, Marren focuses most of his efforts at Arcadia Cognerati, where he helps people learn how to recognize danger and then act on it.

In this podcast, Marren discusses the following topics:

  • Mentors that gave taught him discipline and leadership
  • Friendships that will last a lifetime
  • Behind-the-scenes testimonies of Arcadia Cognerati

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VA DME interns Hayoung Oh and Michelle Cannon contributed to this story. Hayoung Oh is currently an undergraduate at UC Berkeley studying Public Health. Michelle Cannon is a graduate student at Liberty University studying Professional Writing.

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Published on Apr. 20, 2020

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