New research reveals the shape of our brain can provide surprising clues about how we behave and our risk of developing mental health disorders.
The traits include:
- neuroticism, the tendency to be in a negative emotional state;
- extraversion, the tendency to be sociable and enthusiastic;
- openness, how open-minded a person is; agreeableness, a measure of altruism and cooperativeness; and conscientiousness, a measure of self-control and determination.
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