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a temperament type characterized by love of physical comfort, sociability, tolerance for others, and extroversion; the behavioral counterpart of endomorphy.


Personality traits of love of food, sociability, general relaxation, friendliness, and affection.
[viscero- + G. tonos, tone]


An obsolete term that formerly dignified the gamut of personality factors, including traits, tastes, likes/dislikes and sociability.

viscerotonia (vi·ser··tōˑ·nē·),

n one of the three temperaments des-cribed by WH Sheldon; characterized as relaxed, comfortable, tolerant, and gregarious.