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Neuroticism is a personality trait that someone has when they experience negative or bad emotions more than other people. Some mental illnesses involve neuroticism.[1]

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  1. Widiger, Thomas A.; Oltmanns, Joshua R. "Neuroticism is a fundamental domain of personality with enormous public health implications". World Psychiatry. 16 (2): 144–145. doi:10.1002/wps.20411. PMC 5428182. PMID 28498583.