Category: Typology

Psychological typology

Характер

По ком поёт труба и плачет Кащенка Поводом для написания этой заметки послужила одна из лекций курса по психиатрии преподавателя московской духовной академии психотерапевта Ольховского, а в частности его классификация психических расстройств от лёгких до тяжелых, представленная в виде оси х. Здесь слева, рядом с точкой...

Somatotype

Somatotype and constitutional psychology From Wikipedia Somatotype is a taxonomy developed in the 1940s, by American psychologist William Herbert Sheldon, to categorise the human physique according to the relative contribution of three fundamental elements, somatotypes, named after the three germ layers of embryonic development: the endoderm,...

Физиогномика Востока

  В Китае Физиогномика считалась полноправной отраслью медицины. Сянфа («законы внешнего облика»), сяншу («искусство гадания по внешнему облику») или сяньжэньшо(”искусство предсказания судьбы по внешнему облику”) были основаны на представлении о взаимосвязи судьбы и характера человека с его физическими характеристиками. Первые упоминания о физиогномике встречаются в летописи...

Chinesische Physiognomie

  Die 5 Elemente der chinesischen Physiognomie Das Bestimmen von Charaktereigenschaften anhand bestimmter Gesichtszüge ist eine Lehre, welche ihren Ursprung im Daoismus, einer alten chinesischen Philosophie und Weltanschauung, hat. Chinesische Physiognomen sind der Meinung, dass jeder Gesichtszug in direkter Verbindung zu einem inneren Organ steht. Die...

Nobody’s perfect

Seeking perfection (CNN) — Some people are never satisfied with anything — including themselves. What makes them impossible to please? That’s what researchers at the University of British Columbia, Canada, are trying to find out as they conduct one of the few studies ever to focus...

16 Personality Types

The Spiritualist – INFP The Spiritualist is interested in giving meaning to life through service. They are deeply interested in learning about people and dealing with ethical and moral issues. They don’t want to do something just for the sake of doing it; it needs to make...

The Traditionalist

The Traditionalist (phlegmatic) Temperament The Traditionalist type prefers: belonging, support, tradition, security, commerce, comfortableness, order, peacefulness, inactivity, silence, agreement, friendliness, moderation, submissiveness, homeliness, reciprocity, duty. David Keirsey reconfigured the typology created by Isabel Briggs Myers to a scheme of four groups of four types that corresponds...

Sensitive Personality Type

Idealist (melancholic temperament) subtypes Sensitive Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Sensitive personality style as follows: individuals with the Sensitive personality style prefer the known to the unknown, they are comfortable with habit, repetition, and routine; sensitive individuals care deeply about what other...

Conscientious Personality Type

Conscientious Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Conscientious personality type in his The New Personality Self-Portrait. Hard work. The Conscientious person is dedicated to work, works very hard, and is capable of intense effort. The right thing. These are men and women of strong...

Rationalist subtypes

Aggressive Personality Type Dr. John M. Oldham has defined the Aggressive personality style. The following six characteristic traits and behaviors are listed in his The New Personality Self-Portrait. Command. Aggressive individuals take charge. They are comfortable with power, authority, and responsibility. Hierarchy. They operate best within a...

Tempo and disorder-2

Choleric temperament (the Rationalist) David Keirsey reconfigured the typology created by Isabel Briggs Myers to a scheme of four groups of four types that corresponds to the classic four temperaments. In Please Understand Me(1984), he defined Rationalists as having such qualities: Rationalists want to gain power over nature, to...

Temperament, style and disorder

Personality styles and personality disorders Personality is a continuum of the personal traits and patterns of behaviour that are unique to the individual. Typological representation is one of the oldest ways of distinguishing individuals. When the elements of personality are expressed in a characteristically repeated and...

Jung Typology tests

Introvert-Judging group Personality types are classified into 16 different styles by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) system. These types are grouped by the four different attitudes, one of which is Introvert-Judging group. The Attitudes reflect the outward face of our personalities, and the Introvert-Judging types are focused...