Physical Component Weak

Viewpoint or disposition:

Material matters'are not of particular interest. Practicality has little to do with judgments.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Avoidance of hard work and situations requiring concentration. Lack of physical discipline.

STRONG

Viewpoint or disposition:

Concerned with material matters. Extremely practical. Solid common sense view. Concerned with economical use of resources. Turns ideas into material reality. Prefers system and order.

Often characterized or expressed by: Physical endurance. Practical nature.

Capability of extreme concentration.

Determination.

Strong opinions, forceful.

MENTAL COMPONENT WEAK

Viewpoint or disposition:

Mental matters are not of particular interest.

(This component gives no indication of subject's intelligence.)

Lack of concern with reason, logic, facts.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Little explanation of motivations. Disinterest in leadership. Lack of will power. Lack of mental discipline.

STRONG

Viewpoint or disposition:

Concern with reason, logic, facts.

Reason is likely to be one of prime motivators.

Concern with leadership.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Desire to reach logical conclusion. Logical deductions used as motivating force. Activity in large business, politics. Determination. Intellectual orientation.

EMOTIONAL COMPONENT WEAK

Viewpoint or disposition:

Feelings—his own or others—are not of any particular interest.

Likely to have difficulty accepting his own emotional nature.

Views life with little sentiment and imagination.

Often characterized or expressed by: Limited expression of feelings. Lack of creative imagination. Unsentimental approach.

STRONG

Viewpoint or disposition:

Extremely emotional point of view. Little concern with facts. Very sympathetic. Very sentimental. Much imagination.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Direct and open expressions of friendship, affection, love.

Artistic and creative endeavors. Nervous nature.

TOO STRONG (More than twice closest component, or more than all other components combined.)

Often characterized or expressed by:

Lack of clarity or confusion introduced by a too emotional viewpoint. Overwhelmed by imagination. Extremely nervous nature.

INTUITIVE COMPONENT WEAK

Viewpoint and disposition:

Intuitive awarenesses, spiritual, psychic and metaphysical matters are of little interest. Distrusts inner voice.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Little concern with inner development.

STRONG

Viewpoint and disposition:

Deep intuitive awarenesses. Concerned with wisdom, fundamentals. Listens to inner voice for guidance. Understands humanistic goals. Awareness of brotherhood of man.

Concerned with spiritual, philosophic, inventive matters.

Often characterized or expressed by:

Actions based on understanding, wisdom. Tolerant and compassionate approach. Unusual thinking or behavior, likely to attract attention.

TOO STRONG (5 or more)

Extremely unusual thinking or behavior, likely to attract attention, possibly negative attention. Possibility of delicate health.

Using the Translating Woodrow Wilson's components into a beginning component description of his Temperament:

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