"Introverts felt 'truer to themselves' when they were acting like extroverts. ... The study concluded that, by actively trying to adopt these traits, individuals might be able to 'improve their mental health'. Curiously, the researchers maintained that subjects who did this -- say, introverts who behaved like extroverts -- were not 'faking it.' Could it be that none of us are who we think we are?"

- Julie Beck, The Atlantic, Dec 2014.

- Fleeson and Wilt, "The Relevance of Big-Five Trait Content in Behavior to Subjective Authenticity", Journal of Personality, June 2010.