Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"H.Sjoebring (1973, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia) postulated four basic personality dimensions which he named (rather oddly): VALIDITY (energy, self-confidence vs caution, weakness); SOLIDITY (steady, dependable, rigid vs changeable, impulsive); STABILITY (coolness, sophistication vs warm, sociable, naive); and CAPACITY (a measure of intelligence)."

A.L.JOHNSON et al., 1975, British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology 14.

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