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Introverts vs.. Extroverts: Learn About Both Personality Types and Which One You Fall Under

by Jeff Martinez in Psychology, December 16, 2013

If you ask most people what the chief difference between an introvert and extrovert is, they’ll likely tell you that an introvert is shy, quiet, and antisocial, and that an extrovert is the complete opposite. While it’s true that many introverts can be shy and withdrawn, the main distinction between both personality types boils down to this (and keep it firmly seared in your mind so you don’t forget): how they derive how their energy. Read on to learn about the attributes associated with introversion and extroversion and discover which end of the introvert/extrovert continuum you fall on.

I Love My Introvert Life

by Molly Girl 822 in Education, March 16, 2012

Introverts are an unusual group of people. It is not easy being an introvert, but all the work is worth it.

The Humble Introversion Bundle

by HotelManager24 in Philanthropy, November 24, 2011


Understanding The Psychology of Introverts. Why are They So Quiet, Reserved, and Analytical?

by Cathyx69 in Psychology, November 16, 2010

Reflection of Psychology.

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Superman, the Metaphorical Introvert

by Mark Dykeman in Psychology, December 2, 2007

Superman has great powers balanced out by debilitating weaknesses. Introverts can look to him as a personification of the strengths and challenges of being an introvert.

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