11 Surprising Things You Should Know About Personality
Research suggests that what someone studies in college can say a lot about who they are. It turns out, the stereotypes are true: According to a study, art students are moody, psychology majors are open and economists are untrustworthy. Comparing the personality traits of more than 13,000 students with their areas of study, researchers found people in arts and humanities were neurotic, meaning moody, irritable and emotionally unstable, while people who studied law and economics were untrustworthy and less agreeable. Pre-med students were more likely to be extroverted and sociable.