basic personality type

ba·sic per·son·al·i·ty type

1. a person's unique, covert, or underlying personality propensities, whether behaviorally manifest or overt;
2. personality characteristics of an individual person that are also shared by most members of a social group.

ba·sic per·son·al·i·ty type

(bā'sik pĕr-sŏn-al'i-tē tīp)
1. A person's unique, covert, or underlying personality propensities, whether behaviorally manifest or overt.
2. Personality characteristics of a person that are also shared by a majority of the members of a social group.
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The basic goal of this paper is to show a one-to-one correspondence between the six basic personality types and the six distinct categories of items that can be offered as sacrifices.
In this paper I have presented a natural one-one correspondence between the basic categories of items offered as sacrifices and the six basic personality types in the widely-used Holland theory.
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For example, a general introduction to basic personality types and the implications for communication and work behavior would help sensitize individuals to potential sources of conflict.
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Presented is a brief discussion of four basic personality types including: (1) characteristic behaviors of individuals with LD; (2) potential maladaptive tendencies under stress; and (3) implications for rehabilitation services.
In this section, four basic personality types are presented in relation to behaviors that may be especially characteristic of clients with LD.

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