A New Typology Temperament System
Some have said that Keisey's temperament system does not make sense since he ignores the jungian functions and instead focuses on outward behavior.
So I want to make my own temperament system with lots of input and feed back from the forum users, like we can make this system up as we go along, you can add features to the ones I already have. Feel free to constructively criticize my groups, and if you can, you can make your own different groupings too.
I like the groupings of IPs, EPs, IJs, and EJs the best because all these groups share the same dominant judging or perceiving functions.
EPs - The Responders (Sanguine)
These people share extroverted perceiving as their dominant function.
They generally have an positive, optimistic view of the external world
They are the most in-tune with the external world(either in the concrete, here and now or the abstract, conceptual)
They are very action-based(implusive, reactive), even more than EJs
may be seen as reckless
Easily bored, restless, need constant stimulation
"All over the place"
IPs - The Individualist (Phlegmatic)
They share dominant introverted judgement
Live and let live types
Probably the most easygoing temperament but have strong, solid internal values, principles
Relaxed, mellow, least concern for controling external environment, may be seen as lazy(esp INPs)
Likes to have their internal principles figured out, building on their internal identity
Can move from inert boredom to implusive, spontaneous action quickly, highs and lows
Behind the scences
IJs - The Stabilizers(Melancholic)
They share dominant introverted perceiving
Have a mostly negative view of the external world, need to first have the external world match their internal perception
Anxious about change, seems like the opposites of the EPs
Likes having a plan of action
May seem boring(esp to EPs)
EJs - The Initiators(Choleric)
They share dominant extroverted jugdement
Forceful, strong personalities
Have their views about what the external environment "should" be
May be seen as "uptight", "rigid" by other temperaments(esp ETJs)
Likes to follow through
^I think I need to come up with better names, can any of you help?