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Personality: Self concept · Personality testing · Theories · Mind-body problem

Character is that part of personality developed through learning and experience. It is contrasted with temperament, the innate component of personality, in the formula Personality=Temperament+Character.

Character can be defined as the collection of core values possessed by an individual that leads to moral commitment and action. Character here is seen as "values in action." and in this sense is related to the more evaluative concept of moral character

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