Extroverts vs. Introverts: A Scientific POV

First: I have no idea what had happened to Wednesday’s post. If you got the notice it was up and came here to read and found it was gone, I’m sorry. Hopefully it’s there now.

For today’s post, I just read this article, and found it absolutely fascinating. It’s often said that many writers are introverts, that we prefer to interact with the world through our writing, rather than directly. It’s certainly true for me. Though, at times, I prefer not to interact much at all!

You other writers out there, are you an introvert or an extrovert?

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3438078

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About Kerrie Strong

Years ago, I chose to suppress my creative side in favor of a career (or two, or three) in science. This blog is filled with exercises intended to reverse the atrophy of my right brain. I hope you enjoy my ramblings.
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5 Responses to Extroverts vs. Introverts: A Scientific POV

  1. scubasam75 says:

    According to the Introvert-Extrovert test, I am an ambivert (12 T and 8 F).

  2. The results are in. With 5 Trues, I am an extrovert. That is the nice -vert I’ve ever been called. I’m not surprised by this and neither would anyone else who’s knows me or even just met me. I definitely didn’t get a true for this one: I tend to think before I speak.
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