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- genetics. Four temperaments Functional Ensemble of Temperament Keirsey Temperament Sorter Socionics temperaments Structure of Temperament Questionnaire...
- and they share two or more temperaments. Gr**** physician Hippocrates (c. 460 – c. 370 BC) described the four temperaments as part of the ancient medical...
- Carlos created three unusual equal temperaments after a thorough study of the properties of possible temperaments having a step size between 30 and 120...
- widely known example of this is the use of equal temperament to address problems of older temperaments, allowing for consistent tuning of keyboard and...
- temperaments of Galen's tradition. Balanchine downpla**** the references to medieval "humors" that were believed to determine a person's temperament,...
- The Rational temperament is one of the four temperaments defined by David Keirsey. Correlating with the NT (intuitive–thinking) Myers-Briggs types, the...
- Akiskal, Hagop S. (June 2010). "The role of anxious and hyperthymic temperaments in mental disorders: a national epidemiologic study". World Psychiatry...
- subset of the equal temperaments ("N-ET"), in which the octave is divided into some number (N) of equally wide intervals. Equal temperaments useful as meantone...
- person's temperament. The pragmatic temperaments are Rationals (pragmatic and abstract) and Artisans (pragmatic and concrete). The cooperative temperaments are...
- recorded circular temperaments was described by the organist Arnolt Schlick in the early 16th century. However, "well temperaments" did not become widely...
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