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What is the difference between Temperament and Personality?

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F. Daniel

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F. Daniel, Content Optimization Executive, Diploma in Journalism, California

Answered on Jul 15, 2019

Both temperament and personality are the two components that set the uniqueness of any man. When people start exhibiting some behaviors, characters, and attitude that are utterly different from yours, temperament and their personalities might be the contributing factors. Temperament can be defined as a set of traits in us which are passed from parents to their children. Extroversion and introversion are the two terms which are mostly used to explain the word 'temperament.' We have different kinds of people living around us, some are introverts while others are extrovert.

A person's temperament can influence a person's personality. On the other hand, personality is simply a set of qualities that make a person unique from others. Those qualities can be in terms of behavior, character, and attitude. A particular temperament can be inherited, but a person's personality can also be formed as the person relates to life.

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