There really is a difference between “dog people” and “cat people,” according to new research from a University of Texas at Austin psychologist. Those who define themselves as “dog people” are more extraverted, more agreeable and more conscientious than self-described “cat people.” Fans of felines, on the other hand, are more neurotic but also more open than their canine-loving counterparts.
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