The Enneagram of Personality, or simply the Enneagram, is a model of the human psyche which is principally understood and taught as a typology of nine interconnected personality types.
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✦ Instinctual Type of Kenneth Williams
Instincts are defined as non-learned, inherited (genetic) patterns of behavior generally ensuring the survival of a species. Common examples include spinning a web by a spider, nest building and other maternal activities, migration patterns of animals, social behavior in pack animals.
On the basis of principles of balance theory and interdependence theory, this research examined a phenomenon termed attitude alignment, or the tendency of interacting partners to modify their attitudes in such a manner as to achieve attitudinal congruence.
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✦ Temperament Type of Kenneth Williams
Temperament, in psychology, an aspect of personality concerned with emotional dispositions and reactions and their speed and intensity; the term often is used to refer to the prevailing mood or mood pattern of a person.
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✦ Socio-Type of Kenneth Williams
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Socionics, in psychology and sociology, is a pseudoscientific theory of information processing and personality types. It is distinguished by its information model of the psyche and a model of interpersonal relations.
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About Kenneth Williams
English comic actor who is known for his work in 26 films of the ‘Carry On’ series. He also worked with Tony Hancock and Kenneth Horne in numerous television shows and radio comedies.
Early Life of Kenneth Williams
He joined a repertory theatre in 1948 after serving in the Royal Engineers, where his first performance experience was with Stanley Baxter and Peter Nichols in the Combined Services Entertainment.
He gained great popularity in the “Carry On” film series, but he was poorly compensated and harshly critical of his and others’ performances in the film; he once said he earned more performing in a British Gas commercial than he did while with the film series.
His father, Charles Williams, was a barber; his mother, Louisa, had mothered a half-sister, Alice Patricia, before marrying his father; he had a difficult relationship with his father, mainly because he felt the man was homophobic and selfish.
He was given his big break in 1954 on the radio show, “Hancock’s Half Hour,” by radio producer Dennis Main Wilson, who was impressed with his performance as Dauphin in “St. Joan” by George Bernard Shaw.