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temperament and personality typing

Message from Dr. Robert I. Winer, President

For many years I've had a special interest in personality and temperament. to aid in helping understand themselves and others better. Professionally, I am using the Myers-Briggs Temperament Typing (MBTT) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter to assist Pharmaceutical Representatives in forming and improving their relationships with physicians. I also find this information helpful when acting as a consultant in my areas of medical expertise as they relate to the legal, ethical, and moral issues.

Winer Foundation
po box 33373
philadelphia, pa 19142
info@winerfoundation.org

phone: 215-365-3350
fax: 215-365-3325

what's in this section

what are temperament types?
explanation of the four letters used in typing
description of 16 different types
Jung's 8 types
typing charts
comparison charts
understanding dominant process
strategies for balancing your type
comments on keirsey paper on four letter distinctions
on the validity of tests used in typing
take the keirsey temperament sorter test
take the gray-wheelwright temperament test
grid of type and career
type and medicine
links
BACKGROUND

Robert Winer, M.D., is a practicing neurologist, psychopharmacologist and Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology at the Hahnemann/Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia. From 1979-80, Dr. Winer was an Investigator for the National Institute of Mental Health Collaborative Program on the Psychobiology of Depression at the University of Pennsylvania under direction of Drs. Joseph Mendels and T. Alan Ramsey. He has participated in Phase III and IV trials for drugs used in the treatment of Dementia, Headache, and Epilepsy. He is a Consultant for Neuropsychiatric Drugs for Bio-Pharm Clinical Services of Blue Bell, PA, an international Contract Research Organization.

In this section, you will find information intended to help you:

  • Understand and improve yourself through knowledge of personality typing;
  • Find out your 4 letter Myers-Briggs Type by taking the Keirsey Temperament Sorter;
  • Grow and mature in your own type;
  • Understand and work better with others;
  • Find practical information in deciding what career to pursue;
  • Be more effective in your career.
CITATIONS AND METHODS

Some of the information found at this website is excerpted or adapted from books, journal articles, computer programs, websites. Every attempt has been made to accurately and properly reference the source of information, though we understand that we may have inadvertently overlooked some sources. We take responsibility for all content presented here. To authors of such materials, we offer an apology ahead of time and would be happy to update the website as soon as we are notified of the proper citation information.

To the best of our ability, we have sought to maintain scientific integrity, rigorous application of ethical standards, and confidentiality on this website. We appreciate any comments that can help us do a better job in these areas.