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Introverts vs Extroverts

People always mistake the definition of extroverts and introverts.

Here’s a quick in-depth guide on how to use these terms the right way!

Quick History | These terms were actually popularized by Carl Jung, a famous Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.


Extroverts: Extroverts are mistakenly shown as very loud and energetic, often portrayed as a varied, big personality.

Introverts: On the other hand, are known as shy or soft-spoken quiet people. But that’s not really the case.

How Psychology Identifies Introverts & Extroverts

is by where they get their source of energy from.

And with that context;

An extrovert is actually a person who gains a lot of energy by being surrounded by many people.

And as for introverts, they get their energy by spending time alone, reflecting on different thoughts, and ideas, etc.

And that’s a psychological term simplified for you.

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