Temperament is our inborn characteristics that create the base of the personality and character.
Temperament is our psychological constituent which underlies our innate, lifelong behavior. Temperament is a structural core that determines our existential seeking, the way we perceive what is happening around us, and determines the motivations that underlie our behavior.
Determines the basic needs, expectations, and perspectives of people in life. From this point of view, the temperament can be compared to the DNA that contains the genetic code of the characteristics of the body (gender, hair-eye color, etc.) and the characteristics of individuals transferred from generation to generation.
How DNA contains all the information about a person's body, including bodily characteristics, the temperament that can be accepted as psychological DNA contains all the behavioral, emotional and cognitive characteristics that the person is prone to exhibit.