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Attitudinal Psyche is a theory of personality that describes dispositions towards four main aspects of life: the mind, body, emotions, and volition. The typology contains 24 types containing the following aspects: Psychosofia (or Psyche Yoga) is the rough English translation of the personality theory developed by the Russian author, Alexander Y. Afanasyev, in his book, “Syntax of Love.”

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  • Attitudinal Psyche is a theory of personality that describes dispositions towards four main aspects of life: the mind, body, emotions, and volition. The typology contains 24 types containing the following aspects: Psychosofia (or Psyche Yoga) is the rough English translation of the personality theory developed by the Russian author, Alexander Y. Afanasyev, in his book, “Syntax of Love.” (en)
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  • Attitudinal Psyche is a theory of personality that describes dispositions towards four main aspects of life: the mind, body, emotions, and volition. The typology contains 24 types containing the following aspects: Psychosofia (or Psyche Yoga) is the rough English translation of the personality theory developed by the Russian author, Alexander Y. Afanasyev, in his book, “Syntax of Love.” (en)
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