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LeBlanc surveyed about 500 people, a mix of students, staff and faculty, and ran the responses through an analysis. Each participant took a personality inventory and answered about 10 questions about his or her receipt of the flu shot.
In the end, her results showed a statistically significant association between how neurotic someone is and the likelihood that they received the flu shot each year.
The more neurotic, or anxious, someone’s personality, the more likely the person was to receive the shot, she said.