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Shyness isn’t personality, it’s a fear and insecurity. Introverts can become shy, but so can extroverts.

In one of his lectures, I can't remember which one right now, Dr Locke mentioned that is genetic.

Does anyone know if I'm remembering correctly, which lecture I'm thinking of, and whether or not shyness has a genetic cause/component?

My thanks in advance.

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Shyness isn’t personality, it’s a fear and insecurity. Introverts can become shy, but so can extroverts.

In one of his lectures, I can't remember which one right now, Dr Locke mentioned that is genetic.

Does anyone know if I'm remembering correctly, which lecture I'm thinking of, and whether or not shyness has a genetic cause/component?

My thanks in advance.

Please see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shyness#Genetics_and_heredity

ruveyn

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Shyness isn’t personality, it’s a fear and insecurity. Introverts can become shy, but so can extroverts.

In one of his lectures, I can't remember which one right now, Dr Locke mentioned that is genetic.

Does anyone know if I'm remembering correctly, which lecture I'm thinking of, and whether or not shyness has a genetic cause/component?

My thanks in advance.

Please see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shyness#Genetics_and_heredity

ruveyn

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