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The four temperament theory is a proto-psychological theory which suggests that there are four fundamental personality types: sanguine, choleric, melancholic, and phlegmatic.
SHFL 032 : The Four Main Personality Types | Personality Types A B C D. Human behavior is often very predictable and can be categorized into one of four different personality types. These are Type A, B, C and D. Each person is unique but may exhibit stronger personality traits from one of these types.
Dividing personalities into type A and type B is one method of describing different personalities, though this categorization can be seen as more of a spectrum, with A and B on opposite ends. It's common to have a mix of type A and type B traits.
Type C personality or cancer-prone personality is characterized by two of its most consistent traits: the lack of expressing negative feelings and the need for harmony. In addition, they're people who don't express their negative emotions well (aggression, anger, rage, etc.).
Type B personality is considered the healthiest and the most common. People with this personality type are flexible and docile. They're calm, relaxed, empathetic, assertive, open to social relationships, and have a tendency toward emotional well-being. In general, they're aware of their limitations and aren't hostile.
The result comprises of percentages for each of the four temperaments tested: sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic. You can consider that the highest value you obtained represents you most.
The Choleric. The Natural Leader. Determined, energetic, goal-oriented. The Melancholic. The Perfectionist. Sensitive, thoughtful, quiet. The Phlegmatic. The Peacemaker. Easy-going, calm, chill. The Sanguine. The Life of the Party. Enthusiastic, fun-loving, outgoing.
The phlegmatic-melancholic is introverted (though less so than the melancholic-phlegmatic), which means that his deep emotions and anxieties tend not to be clearly expressed. They tend to react extremely slowly when confronted by antagonism or strong emotions. They are personable, quiet, and gentle.
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