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    Lol.

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    There was another test floating about where I got phlegmatic-melancholy. This is accurate.

    I agree that pure phlegmatic is more 9ish.. be they INFP or ISFP. I think ISFPs are typically more phlegmatic-sanguine though.

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    Check out the test in highlander's thread. It may give you a better idea of what the potential blend is:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...mperament.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Enneagram 4 Humors correlations
    1: choleric-melancholy
    2: sanguine-melancholy
    3: choleric-sanguine
    4: melancholy
    5: phlegmatic-melancholy
    6: little correlation
    7: sanguine
    8: choleric
    9: phlegmatic
    6 is sometimes correlated to the fifth temperament "supine", probably due to their loyalty and devotion.

    As for my results, I appear to be phlegmatic, though I'd say I'm melancholic/supine...

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    You Have a Phlegmatic Temperament
    Mild mannered and laid back, you take life at a slow pace.
    You are very consistent - both in emotions and actions.
    You tend to absorb set backs easily. You are cool and collected.

    It is difficult to offend you. You can remain composed and unemotional.
    You are a great friend and lover. You don't demand much of others.
    While you are quiet, you have a subtle wit that your friends know well.

    At your worst, you are lazy and unwilling to work at anything.
    You often get stuck in a rut, without aspirations or dreams.
    You can get too dependent on others, setting yourself up for abandonment.
    Oh damn, that's me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    There was another test floating about where I got phlegmatic-melancholy. This is accurate.

    I agree that pure phlegmatic is more 9ish.. be they INFP or ISFP. I think ISFPs are typically more phlegmatic-sanguine though.
    Funny.... I took one of the test in highlanders thread... and well..... most of my answers were phlegmatic with trace amounts of sanguine and melancholy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Apparently, we've declined in "popularity".
    Yeah, there's been a trend toward defining phlegmatic as an absence of a temperament. Which is convenient for me because I don't consistently relate to any of the classical temperaments. On the test in the OP, questions 1, 2, and 4 had no answer that actually stood out as a clear choice for me

    I like the "new" definition. I think of it as encompassing neutrality or balance. It can be a virtue in many ways

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Check out the test in highlander's thread. It may give you a better idea of what the potential blend is:

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...mperament.html
    I don't know, the temperament theory seems more accurate than the MBTI, at least for me.

    Mainly because it states that we are all "blends" and not a pure temperament of some type.

    So there's no problem if you test equally on melancholy and sanguine traits...for instance, but if you test equally on N and S and your type is supposed to be EXTP, which function is primary and which is tertiary? Most people test in the middle at some function preference.

    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    6 is sometimes correlated to the fifth temperament "supine", probably due to their loyalty and devotion.
    No, sixes are mostly melancholics. And what's with the loyalty cliche?

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    You Have a Melancholic Temperament

    Introspective and reflective, you think about everything and anything.
    You are a soft-hearted daydreamer. You long for your ideal life.
    You love silence and solitude. Everyday life is usually too chaotic for you.

    Given enough time alone, it's easy for you to find inner peace.
    You tend to be spiritual, having found your own meaning of life.
    Wise and patient, you can help people through difficult times.

    At your worst, you brood and sulk. Your negative thoughts can trap you.
    You are reserved and withdrawn. This makes it hard to connect to others.
    You tend to over think small things, making decisions difficult.


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    Melancholy: 26
    Phlegmatic: 11
    Sanguine: 2
    Choleric: 1
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    From this test:

    20 Phlegmatic
    17 Melancholy
    3 Sanguine
    0 Choleric

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