Movie theater seating says something about your personality

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- You might have to think twice before your next movie theater visit. That's because a Japanese psychologist says where you sit in a movie theater says a lot about your personality.

According to the psychologist, if you sit in the middle, you are confident and decisive.

Sit towards the back -- and you're calm and collected, but a little shy and afraid of being influenced by others.

If you're in the front row, you're a sociable person who wants to be connected with others all the time.

If you're one of those people who end sitting in the cramped front corner, you're a total pushover.