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- Dr. Liza Gold Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical Center
- Susan Cain author of the forthcoming book, "Quiet" (2012) and The Power of Introverts blog
- Todd Kashdan Associate Professor of Psychology and Senior Scientist at George Mason University
- David Sloan Wilson Distinguished Professor of Biology and Anthropology at the State University of New York (SUNY) in Binghamton; director of The Evolution Institute;
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