The question: what is personality and how does it come about?

In the 5th century B.C., Greek physicians developed the classification:

  • the sad melancholic (introverted and depressed),
  • the passive phlegmatic (introverted and stable),
  • the cheerful sanguine (extraverted and stable),
  • the hot-tempered choleric (extraverted and neurotic).

In the meantime, the terms have become countless and confusing, and none of them (as Prof. Dr. Dr. Gerhard Roth, head of the Institute for Brain Research at the University of Bremen, rightly points out) are founded on neuroscience, which remains SYSTEMICS™ home base. Not even the recently celebrated hit “Big Five.”  Roth proposes a neuroscientific categorization, with which SYSTEMICS™ agrees and which it has further researched.

The joint consideration of the results as well as their subsequent
development is this offer’s task.