According to the author, Prokofyeva T.N., rationalists are oriented “to reason and traditions, strive to live with the decision made, to have a firm ability and judgment on the main issues of life. If circumstances change, they need some time to get used to and adapt. These types are also called “judging” or “reasoning.” Additionally, the rational immediately react with emotion to an emotion, an act to an act; therefore, representatives of this type seem strict and decisive. Their feelings are sometimes too harsh and cold. Some characteristic sayings of them are the following: “A drop wears away a stone,” “A terrible end is better than a horror without end,” “Well, let’s sum up.”, among others.