Andrew G. Hodges
ANDREW G. HODGES, M.D., is a board-certified psychologist in private practice. Before he was an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Dr. Hodges has helped pioneer a breakthrough to the brilliant unconscious mind, which he explained in his 1994 revolutionary novel The Deeper Intelligence (which he now calls the “super intellect”-RRB-.
A noted forensic profiler, he developed his technique, “ThoughtPrint Decoding,” simply by obtaining the unconscious super intellect of suspects during criminal investigations, basing his analysis upon verbatim testimony, transcripts of police interviews, and emails and letters created by the suspects.
He found a deeper moral compass that prompts individuals to always tell the truth—between the traces—at the unique symbolic language of their subconscious. His work added a completely new dimension to the forensic science of psycholinguistics. Law enforcement authorities nationally, such as the FBI, have requested his experience in cases which range from the high profile disappearance of Natalee Holloway from 2005 to the murder of JonBenét Ramsey in 1996.
Dr. Hodges has composed to get a major FBI book and introduced his cutting edge technique at a law enforcement conference in the FBI training center in Quantico, Virginia. Besides assisting criminal researchers, Dr. Hodges also applies his super-intelligence technique in the investigation of leaders that confess unconsciously when they're violating their deeper moral compass.
Dr. Hodges reveals how important spiritual issues have been at the subconscious. He utilized decoding methods to learn more about the human personality of Jesus Christ in his book, Jesus: An Interview Across Time—A Psychiatrist Looks at His Humanity (Bantam, 1988). Religion columnist Mike McManus called it “the most important book I
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