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'''Gregariousness''' is a [[personality trait]] characterized by the desire to want to belong to social groups and the tendency to enjoy group activities and worrking in [[groups]] and [[teams]].
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'''Gregariousness''' is a [[personality trait]] characterized by the desire to want to belong to social groups and the tendency to enjoy group activities and working in [[groups]] and [[teams]].
   
   
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* [[Sociability]]
 
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Gregariousness is a personality trait characterized by the desire to want to belong to social groups and the tendency to enjoy group activities and working in groups and teams.





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