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Title: Personalities in Work Teams

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Subject: Business
Author: Magdalena W
Date: July 4, 2015
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Dr. Tim LaHaye states, "Hippocrates named the temperaments in correspondence with the liquids he thought were the cause. The Sanguine, he thought, is characterized by rich, warm blood. Cholerics must have too much yellow bile, Melancholies he saw as having black or dark blood ? black bile. Phlegmatics he saw as having thick blood, which he called phlegm...

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Phlegmatics he saw as having thick blood, which he called phlegm." (LaHaye, 1965) Dr. LaHaye (1965) goes on to say, "Galen, a Greek doctor, came up with a detailed list of the strengths and weaknesses of the four around A.D. 200. This has remained pretty much intact throughout history and is still the prevailing position in Europe...

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