Type A personality describes a type of competitive individual with a high response to stress. Compared with individuals who exhibit Type B or C behavior, Type As tend to be more driven, hostile and impatient. More »

The four personality types are A, B, C, and D. There is also a fifth personality type X which is for people who have two or more personality types based on a combination of qualities. More »

A few of the most well-known personality tests are the Rorschach inkblot test and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The first modern personality test was called the Woodworth Personal Data Sheet, designed to identify U.S.... More »

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The True Colors personality test identifies four basic personality types and applies one of four colors to each type: Orange, Gold, Green and Blue. True Colors describes people with an Orange personality type as being ch... More »

Classical conditioning is a type of learning whereby an organism develops a reflexive response to a previously neutral stimulus after the neutral stimulus becomes paired with something that naturally invokes that respons... More »

Reader’s Digest and Go to Quiz are some of the sources that offer quick personality quizzes. These sites provide simple personality tests that take a few minutes to complete. More »

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The determinants of personality are the factors that influence the development of personality, such as nature, or biological, and nurture, or environmental. Views differ on the key determinants of personality, and more c... More »