Buddhists have developed a psychology of human types with meditation topics that are linked as being suitable for each one. They mostly relied on the interpretation of body language to discern which type the individual belonged to; 'by the posture, action, eating, seeing and so on, by the kind of states occurring may temperament be recognised'. Buddhagosha identified a sixfold schema, divide into two sections, each made up of three types. Persons dominated by Emotions - 1) Raga-carita - The greed type, characterised by deceit, craftiness, conceit, ostentation, discontent, fickleness, etc.2) Dosa-carita - The hate type, characterised by anger, bearing grudges, envy, meanness, etc. 3) Moha-Carita - The delusion type, characterised by sloth, torpor, worry, perplexity, obstinacy, excitability, etc. & Persons dominated by Intellect = 4) Saddha-carita - The faith type, characterised by generosity, desire to see holy people, to hear the Dharma, guilelessness, a serene confidence, etc 5) Buddhi-carita - The intelligence type, characterised by gentleness, capacity for friendship with good people, moderation, mindfulness, wise effort, etc. 6) Vitakka-carita - The argumentative type, characterised by talkativeness, brooding, aimlessly rushing around, dislike for discipline, fondness for company etc.