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I MODELLI TEORICI SUL TEMPERAMENTO ADULTO

Tymosiewicz Piotr


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&lt;p&gt;Temperament is considered the most biological and stable part of one&amp;rsquo;s personality. Cognition and understanding of your own temperament seems to be essential for good functioning in interpersonal relationships. This article analyzes the selected theoretical models of an adult persons temperament. It presents temperament models developed by such outstanding psychologists as Eysenck, Gray, Zuckerman and Mehrabian. In addition, the article presents the temperament theory of polish researcher Jan Strelau.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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