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au·then·tic·i·ty

(aw'then-tis'i-tē),
1. The quality of being genuine and valid.
2. In psychological functioning and personality, applied to the conscious feelings, perceptions, and thoughts one expresses and communicates honestly and genuinely.
[G. authentikos, original, primary]

authenticity

[ô′thəntis′itē]
(in psychiatry) emotional and behavioral openness; a quality of being genuine and trustworthy.