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American Red Cross: “Learn How Your Blood Type is Like Your Horoscope Sign.”
Betty Clooney Center: “Behavioral Problems of TBI.”
BrainFacts.org: “Mapping the Brain.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Narcissistic Personality Disorder.”
European Journal of Personality: “Does Personality Smell? Accuracy of Personality Assessments Based on Body Odor.”
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior: “Assessing Personality Using Body Odor: Differences Between Children and Adults.”
Kidshealth.org: “5 Ways to Shake Shyness,” “How to Live a Happy Life,” “Shyness.”
The Myers & Briggs Foundation: “MBTI Basics.”
University of Minnesota: “Is Personality More Nature or Nurture? Behavioral and Molecular Genetics.”
VIA Institute on Character: “Big 5 Personality Traits,” “What’s the Difference Between Myers-Briggs and the VIA Survey?”
Wellesley College: “New Study Finds Our Desire for ‘Like-Minded Others’ is Hard-Wired.”
Western Nevada College: “Personality Types and Learning.”
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