ASKING A SINGLE QUESTION TO PEEL BACK A SOCIAL MASK
We all love to talk about ourselves. In reality, it's probably one of our favorite topics. When we spend time in any social setting, however, we talk about much more than ourselves.
New research from Wake Forest University shows that you can ask a single question in a conversation to reveal personality traits that are usually hidden, or take hours to fully discover.
From happiness and emotional stability, to hidden narcisism and antisocial behavior, we can expose a lot when we hear people answer this question.