"Try to see it my way." Taking
his cue from the Beatles, Dr. Montgomery presents a modern
guide to the four temperaments -- the four ancient "people
patterns" that hold the key to personality types.
cites dozens of characters from popular books, movies, and TV
-- from The Wizard of Oz and Harry Potter to Star
Trek and Sex and the City -- to bring the Artisans,
Guardians, Idealists, and Rationals alive
for a contemporary audience.
and easy to read, People Patterns introduces a new
short form temperament questionnaire, and features chapters on
dating and mating, on parents and their children, and on finding
the right career and job.
includes brief descriptions of the sixteen personality types.
A clear, concise, user-friendly introduction to temperament and
- the action temperament, daring, impulsive, spontaneous,
. . . think of Hawkeye Pierce.
- the cornerstone temperament, helpful, responsible, traditional,
. . think of Clark Kent.
- the personal growth temperament, enthusiastic, romantic,
soulful, ethical, intuitive
. . . think of Luke Skywalker.
- the technology temperament, theoretical, ingenious, logical,
. . think of Mr. Spock.
a new, short-form, self-scoring personality sorter, and then read
about your temperament style in four vital areas of life:
- the four characters from The Wizard of Oz introduce short,
lively portraits of the four temperaments, each illustrated
by a dozen popular films.
- the four friends from Sex and the City set the
tone for a frank discussion of dating and mating patterns among
the four temperaments.
Parenting - the four-part layout of Disneyland
shows us where our kids are coming from, and how different parenting
styles can affect the four different kinds of children.
- the four kinds of characters in Star Trek define
the different talents of the four temperaments, helping readers
choose from among 16 career paths and over 280 jobs.