The questionnaires on this site are NOT intended to replace the assessment of a mental health professional, psychologist or psychiatrist.
The answers are given by the reader voluntarily and spontaneously, revealing only his own knowledge about himself.
Our emotional and cognitive abilities vary from individual to individual, just as they can vary throughout life.
Although these questionnaires are not part of definitive scientific studies, they alert us to the tendency to identify clustered patterns of behavior and personality traits.
Using these questionnaires, understand that there are no definitive answers, they only serve to guide us along the path of self-knowledge and bring us closer to the advice of ancient philosophers: "Know thyself"! p >
Each person has a predominant profile that influences their behavior. Based on the DISC test, take the test below and discover the metaphor (eagle, cat, wolf or shark) that illustrates how you tend to behave!
According to Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), the ways in which we assimilate, store and encode information in our mind (brain) - through sight, hearing, touch, taste or smell - are called "Representational Systems"
According to Ned Herrmann, people have four basic behavioral styles and in general, there is a predominance of one of them in each person, although everyone has a little of each. The predominant style influences the way people think and behave in their daily lives.
This personality assessment through the personality system created by Carl Jung, popularized by personality assessments such as Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) * and Keirsey Temperament Sorter® (KTS®). This assessment is neither MBTI® nor KTS® (both paid services) , although they have the same objective of identifying your personality type through the system developed by Jung.
The assessments were based on the work of personality types by Carl G. Jung, expanding and popularized by Katherine C. Briggs, Isabel Briggs Myers and David Keirsey.
Tempers were created by David Keirsey. He created the original and current version of the 'Keirsey Temperament Sorter®' on which personality assessments were based. There are four Temperaments in the Keirsey system.
This assessment is based on the Jungian personality assessment tool, developed by David Keirsey in his classic books Please Understand Me and Please Understand Me II , and was published on the website http://digitalcitizen.ca/ .
* MBTI and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator are trademarks or registered trademarks of MBTI Trust, Inc., in the United States and other countries.