How many children people have can be predicted by their personality, a new study finds.
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Children with so-called "helicopter parents" are more likely to be dependent, neurotic and less open, a new study finds.
Socialites and curmudgeons not only have different party demeanors, they may also have different brain structures.
Innovation-oriented people may have stronger connections between their memory and reward brain centers.
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