Who we are depends on where we are and vice versa
Researchers found that people’s personalities and the places they spend time in seem to influence one another. “We found that when people spend time in social places, they tend to be more open-minded, extraverted, agreeable, conscientious and less anxious compared to when they spend time at home,” said study co-author Gabriella Harari.
- G. Harari, S. Matz.
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