Understanding Temperaments
Understanding Temperaments

Understanding Temperaments

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The Understanding Temperaments IQ Matrix explores the ten inborn temperament traits that shape the foundations of our personality. A temperament is not a personality, however they are related. A temperament is a cluster of inborn traits that have genetic origins. These traits effectively influence how we respond to people, events and situations, while also directing our natural preferences and inclinations. On the other hand a personality refers to the individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. In other words, a personality is made up of very specific temperament traits that when mixed together with an individual’s qualities and life experience help shape that personality.

Who is this map for?

  • Anyone who would like to better understand their true nature: Why they do what they do!
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about temperaments and how they shape our personality.
  • Anyone who has kids and wants to better recognize their natural temperament traits.

Publilius Syrus

He who gets the better of an irascible temperament conquers his worst enemy.


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    The Understanding Temperaments IQ Matrix explores the 10 inborn temperament traits that shape the foundations of our personality. A temperament is not a personality, however they are related. A temperament is a cluster of inborn traits that have genetic origins. These traits effectively influence how we respond to people, events and situations, while also directing our natural preferences and inclinations. On the other hand a personality refers to the individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. In other words, a personality is made up of very specific temperament traits that when mixed together with an individual’s qualities and life experience help shape that personality.

    The first branch of Understanding Temperaments IQ Matrix breaks down the difference between a temperament and a personality. The remaining three branches of the map explore the nine inborn temperament traits that lay down the foundations for our personalities.

    Each of the nine traits have two distinct variations of behavior. In all cases each behavior variation has its strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, there is no positive or negative temperament trait variation. Each trait variation has both positive and negative behaviors associated with it. It’s therefore up to each individual to make the most of their inborn traits in order to help them get through life in the most optimal way possible.

    The temperament traits include: The Activity Preference, the Intensity Response, the Regularity Preference, the Distractability Response, the Sensitivity Response, the Approachability Preference, the Persistence Response, the Adaptability Response, and Mood.

    Reading through this map and familiarizing yourself with these traits will help you to better recognize the various temperament traits within yourself as well as within other people. With this knowledge you will be better able to adapt your own behavior in order to work to your natural strengths and abilities. Moreover, by recognizing these temperament traits in others you will be better able to influence them and their behavior.


    When you purchase the Understanding Temperaments IQ Matrix you will receive:

    • A PDF copy of the IQ Matrix, which you can use for printing in high resolution.
    • A JPG image file of the IQ Matrix, which is ideal for viewing on tablets and mobile devices.
    • A MindManager file for those who wish to edit the content of the IQ Matrix.

    About the MindManager file format

    This file can be opened and edited using MindManager mind mapping software. Alternatively you can also use iMindMap or the free mind mapping software xMind to open this map. Please however be aware that opening this file using another software besides MindManager will alter the formatting of the map. However, all content will be intact and the map can still be edited and reformatted to suit your purposes. This file is zipped and can be unzipped using file archiver software. We recommend you use the free open source 7-zip software.

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