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    The Four Temperaments

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    The four temperaments are understood to be the personality types of all people. The four are important attributes to our society helping people understand themselves on a deeper level. Also for a better understanding of why they act or do things in specific ways. We were all created with different personality temperaments. This paper will focus on the four temperaments types choleric, sanguine, melancholy and phlegmatic. In the background this paper it will include and discuss who and where they originated from. Therefore, this paper will interpret a simpler way to understand the four. A significant way to understand a person in a deeper way is to know someone 's personality temperament. Aiden MCcoy states that, “The term ‘Personality’ refers…

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    interaction relationships between parent’s behavioural control and a child’s temperament in relation to children’s adjustment issues. The authors used comprehensive researches from research databases, like Psychinfo, commenting on the design method related issues and evaluating the contributing effects of temperament and parental behaviour towards children’s negative affect, inclusive of frustration and irritability, fearfulness, effort control and impulsivity in relation to children’s emotional…

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    In any organization collaboration amongst individuals is essential to succeeding. “Managers need to develop their interpersonal, or people, skills if they are going to be effective in their jobs” (Robbins, 2009, p. 34). This paper discusses my own personality type (ESFP), and how such personality plays a role in my own military organization, through various experiences. Finally, this paper will attempt to describe, both particularly and generally, what I learned from my personality type about…

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    Keirsey Temperament

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    When I first took Keirsey Temperament Sorter II test I was not expecting the results to sound so much like me. The test result said I have a guardian temperament. One of the qualities are guardians are serious about duties and responsibilities. I am dependable because when I give someone my word that I will do something I do it. I do not like waiting till the last minute to finish a task or project. Guardians believe in law and order. Laws are in place to keep people safe, and society needs…

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    Infant Temperament

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    history of depressive episodes. Depressive episodes experienced any time in the past, in relation with or not in relation with childbirth pose a significantly increased risk of developing PPD(7),(22),(54),(70). A 3.6 times higher risk of PPD was found in women who had a previous history of major depressive episode (48). However, an Indian study stated that a past history of depression increased the risk of further depressive episodes in general and not necessarily postnatal depression (35). A…

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    the statements which they are frequently faced with. In this essay, it shall explore as to how the understanding of Temperament could assist the teachers in being able to successfully manage and control their classes. Firstly, it shall also provide a definition as to what the notion of Temperament entails. Furthermore, this essay shall investigate the several factors which could affect the Temperament of a child, thus resulting in the teacher losing control of his/her class. Lastly, it shall…

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    Assessment Temperament The baby’s temperament was assessed through an open-ended questionnaire given to the mother and through observation. In the questionnaire, the mother described her child as curious and adaptable. Temperament can be described as an infant’s behavioral style which includes reactivity, and sense of self. For example, attachment plays a crucial role in an individual’s temperament; a baby with secure attachment is likely to develop high self-esteem (Davies, 2011).…

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    In the film Babies it is interesting to see that despite extraneous variables that partake in the beginning of the life of a child there are behaviors that are consistent throughout initial development. The film shows temperament exhibited around the same ages of the children; for example Mari from Japan shows her frustration with her toys or possibly herself through responding with a tantrum. It is possible she is lacking attention and is in need of companionship, I have gathered that Mari is…

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    My personality type indicated by The Keirsey Temperament report is that of the idealist and I agree. It seems I always strive to discover who I am and how I am my greatest – whether it be professional, such as education or self-improvement, such as, better health. Inspiring others to visualize their dream or journey has led to lasting relationships. Always working with people, from my first job at McDonald’s, then a bank teller, dabbling in sales, and eventually a manager, I believe being…

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    Although a temperament can influence one's behavior, it can't define or predict every action one will do. Instead, it's a way for other people to understand how one behaves. These temperament traits are determined by several attributes such as an infant’s level of activity, adaptability to daily routines, responding to new situations, mood, and, how quickly they adapt to changes. In young children, there are three activity levels, easy, difficult, and slow to warm. Easy (flexible) children tend…

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