The phlegmatic is unhurried, unperturbed, has steady aspirations and mood, outwardly stingy with the manifestation of emotions and feelings. He shows perseverance and perseverance in work, remaining calm and balanced. In work, he is productive, compensating for his leisurely diligence.
Choleric is fast, passionate, impetuous, but completely unbalanced, with a dramatically changing mood with emotional outbursts, quickly exhausted. He does not have a balance of nervous processes, this sharply distinguishes him from a sanguine person. Choleric, carried away, carelessly wastes his strength and quickly depleted.
Sanguine - a lively, hot, agile person, with a frequent change of mood, impressions, with a quick reaction to all the events happening around him, quite easily reconciling with his failures and troubles. Usually sanguine people have expressive facial expressions. He is very productive in work, when he is interested, getting very excited by this, if the work is not interesting, he does not care about it, he becomes bored.
A melancholic is a person easily vulnerable, prone to constantly experiencing various events, he reacts little to external factors. He cannot restrain his asthenic experiences by an effort of will, he is too impressive, easily emotionally vulnerable.
Each temperament can be found both positive and negative properties. Good upbringing, control and self-control makes it possible to manifest: melancholy, as an impressionable person with deep feelings and emotions; phlegmatic, as a seasoned person, without hasty decisions: a sanguine person, as a person highly responsive to any job: choleric person, as a passionate, frantic, and active person in work.
Negative properties of temperament can manifest themselves as follows: in a melancholic - isolation and shyness; phlegmatic - indifference to people, dryness; sanguine - superficiality, scattered. inconstancy; in choleric - haste decisions.