Based on experimental studies an attempt was made to combine the following two historically disconnected researchdirections in the study of the natural human traits into a single coordinate system: I.P. Pavlov’s theory on the properties of thenervous system, as well as the types of higher nervous activity and C. G. Yung’s theory on psychological types. It is noted thatPavlov's school of thought was developed by his followers in Russia within the scientific school of differential psychophysiology,while Yung's theory was developed through the works of well-known American researchers I. Mayers and D. Keirsey. The spatialmodel that is presented here rests on the knowledge of the properties of the human nervous system and enables the prediction oftemperament and psychological types of individuals belonging to a wide age range.

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