Author Topic: Introversion vs. Extroversion  (Read 3246 times)

Daysleeper

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Introversion vs. Extroversion
« on: November 26, 2017, 06:40:14 PM »
Hi all,

I went through a lot of the polls in the poll forum and most of them didn't seem to lead to any sort of conclusion, but the one with the Meyers Brigg test showed that nearly everyone who participated was an introvert.  I think that this may be pretty significant.  Introverts, on the whole, tend to be a lot more sensitive to the world in general.  I've just finished reading, Quiet, the Power of Introverts and it seems that you can tell an introvert as a 4 month old by how much they react to stimuli, a 4 month old will cry and be more frantic than an extrovert and be more likely to be overwhelmed.

It seemed that they also had different genetic patterns as well that were seen in monkeys, though I'd have to reread a bit to find it.

Possible confounding factors, introverts may be more likely to post on an online forum and to spend more time on reflection and notice, or just be more sensitive to the fact, that sex is causing this tremendous suffering. 

Or maybe this disorder just causes introversion, it's really difficult to be an extrovert when you can't even string together a complete sentence, can't move your face, lack emotions and cognition and grammar.  I know it was really tough for me!

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Re: Introversion vs. Extroversion
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2017, 12:23:02 PM »
Very interesting, Daysleeper!
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