People are tolerant of even their worst personality traits in others.
Personality — it's what makes you, you. But what traits make up a person's personality? Can personality be changed? To keep up with research on personality, check here for the latest news.
Prudence, impatience and laziness are personality traits that were thought to be pretty set once you reached adulthood. But a new study suggests otherwise.
Is your personality set for life? A new study finds that people's personality can change after they receive treatment for a mental health condition.
The majority of people fall into one of four personality categories, a recent study from Spain finds.
You may not really be a "self," some philosophers say. Rather, you could be just a mix of experiences and "stuff" that happens in the universe.
Regardless of how much TV they watched, people who liked political talk shows, reality shows, sporting events and horror shows tended to score higher in narcissism.
Money really can buy happiness — if you buy things that "match" your personality, a new study from the United Kingdom suggests.
Homophobia is linked with dysfunctional psychological traits and poor coping skills in a new study of Italian students.
Creative genius and neurotic thought patterns might have the same root cause, perhaps explaining why many artists are tortured souls.
An auto mechanic in Boston survived an aneurysm in his brain that his neurosurgeon described as "mega giant."
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, is a mental disorder characterized by persistent thoughts and ritualistic behaviors that interfere with daily life and relationships.