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Maia Regman Mrs. Magnan Biology Honors 5 April 2014 Introversion, Narcissism, Passive Aggression, and Shyness According to personality psychologists, being an introvert or an extrovert is the most important feature of our personality. It determines everything from our choice of friends to how we show love. Within the last century, the meaning of introversion has changed drastically. Introverts? portrayal in media and the general conception has evolved greatly, but misconceptions about introverts are still common. The most widely spread stereotypes of introverts are that they are shy, a narcissist, and/or passive aggressive, which are not true in the least.

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