Do you read like an Extravert or an Introvert?

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Published on Wed, 10/16/2013 - 12:05 by Prelude Team

Jung was clear in his definition of Extraversion and Introversion that it is about is from where we draw our energy. Extraverts are attuned to their external environment and draw their energy from what’s going on around them, people, situations and indeed need that ‘feed.’ Introverts are more attuned to their internal environment and will draw their energy from within. This means that for Extraverts their neural processing will take place outside their heads, speaking out their thoughts while the neural processing for Introverts will occur inside their heads and emerge fully formed when they are ready to speak.

A typical Sunday morning situation and we think you’ll be able to spot which is the Extravert and which is the Introvert.

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