CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Education (Paper-II) Psychological Foundations of Education-Personality Revision (Page 8 of 12)

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Type A and type B personalities

Friedman and Rosenman (1974) has given the Type A and type B personalities.

Type A:

  • A person, who has a desire to achieve, is extremely competitive, who work fast and has a strong sense of urgency.

  • This type of personality characterised by his patients were driven, impatient people, He labelled these people ‘type A’ personalities.

Type B:

  • A person who tends to be non-competitive, lake of desire to success and not enjoy the control. Simply, A person who tends to be easygoi

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Sheldon’s somatotype personality

  • William Sheldon classified this theory according to by type. He has identified three main types of personality called as somatotype.

  • Somatotype includes three types of personality:

  • Endomorph

  • Mesomorph

  • Ectomorph

Somatotype three types of personality

Somatotype Three Types of Personality

Somatotype three types of personality with his character, shape and sample picture is given.

  • Endomorph:

    • Endomorph is also known as viscerotonic. It characterised by sociable, relaxed, tolerant, comfort, loving and pea

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