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Thread: Are you introvert or extrovert? SNP rs6265

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMXX View Post
    I'm a C/T, which actually matched my self-perception (instinctively alternate between introversion or extroversion depending on the circumstance).
    Me too. Same way.
     


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    I'm CC on that and yes I'm introverted. I need a lot of down time and don't like large gatherings. I have no problem with socially interacting with people but just find it a relief to be on my own. I enjoy a good chat though and have some good friends so I have the best of both worlds. I think it is more to do with the recovery though I need time alone to recharge my batteries.

    Just reading through the thread and apparently T is introverted. Oh well I guess that explains why I don't have problems interacting with people but I do like being alone.
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    In a couple of earlier posts I mentioned reading results from one side of the double helix or the other, which is basically right, but this explains things in greater detail, for those who are interested.
     


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    Ah, so this is the same as the "driver" SNP. All my 8 relatives/inlaws tested so far have been CC for rs6265. SNPedia says "GG" is "normal", so I assume CC is GG in this case. Let me know if that's not the case. As far as being an introvert/extrovert, I don't think any of us are strictly one way or the other.
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