Extroverts Like Being Left Alone Too
on 16 June 2016
While one might presume that extroverts thrive off of social interaction, a new study conducted by Finnish researchers shows that everyone—no matter their social aptitude—gets drained from too much talking. After studying 48 participants over the course of 12 days of varying social interactions and conscientious behavior, it became evident that even extroverts become fatigued from socialization. The study is the first to address extroverted and introverted behavior as a whole, suggesting that deep down, everyone likes being left alone. Read more at Scientific American.