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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxez View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by FionnSneachta View Post
    Sorry, I just assumed that everyone who has read the thread already knew what the alleles meant. I didn't think that an explanation was necessary. I was just comparing the result to my actual personality . . .
    Fine. Then you'll understand that I mentioned once again that T is the risk allele at rs6265 because I'm pretty sure not everyone who stumbles across this thread knows that already or bothers to go back and read all the posts, many of which are confusing anyway because they say things like, "I'm CC and an introvert", which imply that C is actually the risk allele for introversion.

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    rs6265, C/T, more introverted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imesmouden View Post
    INTP
    seems accurate for me

    The results of 24 members who answered on this thread and here https://anthrogenica.com/showthread....personnalit%E9)

    INTJ 6
    INTP 4
    INFP 3
    ENFP 2
    ENTP 2
    INFJ 2
    ISTJ 2
    ISFP 1
    ISTP 1
    ISFJ 1

    Like in every forums, INT profiles are overrepresented on Anthrogenica, they represent only 6% of individuals but close to the half of answers here

    The most specific dimensions of personnality for Anthrogenica members are, ranked in descending rank :
    79% are intuitives (N) vs 26% in general population
    83% are introverts (I) vs 50% in population
    63% are logical (T) vs 40% in population
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    It’s interesting how many of us have CC for rs6265 but are identifying as introvert. Could it be that the personality trait of introvert versus extrovert is more sensitive to nurture rather than nature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceribell View Post
    It’s interesting how many of us have CC for rs6265 but are identifying as introvert. Could it be that the personality trait of introvert versus extrovert is more sensitive to nurture rather than nature?
    Or that this variant is not enough to approch this personality trait

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceribell View Post
    It’s interesting how many of us have CC for rs6265 but are identifying as introvert. Could it be that the personality trait of introvert versus extrovert is more sensitive to nurture rather than nature?
    I suspect that's it.

    Personally, I doubt the power of genetics when it comes to personality. I'm not saying it plays no role at all, but certainly one's upbringing and personal experiences are of greater importance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xerxez View Post
    Or that this variant is not enough to approch this personality trait
    Pretty much. And some SNPs may be decisive in predicting introversion in East Asians, while not so in Europeans. But I would say that the overarching big five personality traits are also too general to be firmly predicted by genetics, other than perhaps a slight inclination one way or another. I assume that if you look at certain more specific traits, for instance impulsiveness and risk-taking behavior (both associated with extroversion/neuroticism), these do indeed have strong genetic components, while others are more flimsy.

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    rs6265 C/C

    From what i know Introvertism and generally Temperament is inherited after our parents. So, how it would be if not in our genes. Do you know any recent studies that shows where to look beside rs6265?

    i know only D4DR gene that should be somehow connected (also on chr11) here some quite old studies https://www.researchgate.net/publica...ovelty_Seeking

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirdan View Post
    rs6265 C/C

    From what i know Introvertism and generally Temperament is inherited after our parents. So, how it would be if not in our genes. Do you know any recent studies that shows where to look beside rs6265?

    i know only D4DR gene that should be somehow connected (also on chr11) here some quite old studies https://www.researchgate.net/publica...ovelty_Seeking
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5278898/

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