Toddlers who were more afraid of new situations had higher levels of stress hormones than aggressive, outgoing kids do.
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.
An unprecedented lifelong study of 1,500 children finds that the goody-goodies outlived the class clowns.
College students told researchers they valued self-esteem boosts more than sex, favorite foods and alcohol.
A new study may help explain why extroverts are more motivated to seek the company of others than are introverts.
It's tough to change personality. A new study shows our personalities stay the same throughout our lives, from child to adult.
One might assume perfectionists are being models for physical well-being. But new research suggests this is not always the case — the trait seems to bring both perils and profits.