Emotions of Normal People
Pioneering Book Re-Issued
Emotions of Normal People introduced DISC theory, launched psychological revolution
Most major movements honor their founders. It’s true in religion, in philosophy – and in business. Yet, one founder has been largely neglected for eight decades – William Moulton Marston. Now, William Moulton Marston’s 1928 book, which created the uber-popular and influential DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Compliance) theory, used in nearly all areas of business and life, is finally getting its moment in the sun.
Nearly 85 years after its publication, Emotions of Normal People is being re-issued. While other editions have omitted key chapters and thoughts, Target Training International (TTI), is re-releaseing an unabridged, complete version of Marston’s seminal text.