the Wakefield Doctrine

the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers

The Wakefield Doctrine (aka the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)

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Welcome to our blog.

The Wakefield Doctrine is the proposition that all personality can be divided into 3 groups: clarks, scotts and rogers.    With a basic understanding of the characteristics of each group, anyone can understand everyone else.

(Thats right.    I did say  “anyone can understand anyone else”.)

(And, by understand I mean the  ‘why did they do that?/what could they be thinking?’ type of understanding.)

If you are reading this  for the first time, here is what we are doing:

people who have grasped the principles of clarks, scotts and rogers (the Wakefield Doctrine) are contributing content and thoughts, explanations and instructions.

If you read all of what is here, you will recognise yourself in/identify with one of the authors.

There is not yet much organization to this blog. Posts and pages. But since this is being created by people well versed in the Wakefield Doctrine, a little reading will yield a lot of understanding.


Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers).

Have fun.

(btw: the premise is that we  all have characteristics from each of the 3 groups, but end up being mostly one of the three (that is, to be clarklike, scottian or rogerian in personality). You will identify with everything here, but by the end you will find yourself liking one author more than the others.

(one last thing: this is about how we look at the world. we already know how you look at the world, its just a matter of discovering if you see the world as a clark or as a scott or as a roger. Everything else is done, i.e. how you would react to any situation is already established.)

Have fun.

Any questions, leave your e mail and ask that we contact you.


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