You’ve probably heard people describe themselves or others as “type A” personalities, or, equally, type B, C, or D. But do you know which of the 4 groups you belong to and what this really means?
For a long time, only types A and B existed for use in scientific theory and research, but more recently, types C and D have been added to reflect a more varied set of behaviors.
Not only is it quite interesting to know which group you belong to, you can begin to look at other people and identify which personality types they have. Knowing your type will also allow you research more into what it means for you and your general health and wellbeing.
Take the test below to find out whether you’re an A, B, C, or D.