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The Introvert Advantage. What we call high-T is far more correlated to extroversion. The book revolves around the premise that there are significant differences in the way the nervous system operates in introverts and extroverts. In short, the classic Adrenaline Rush charges the batteries of extroverts, while it drains the reserves of introverts, and each type develops strategies and behaviors to 'feed' itself accordingly.
Judge for yourself. 1-4-7-8 sure remind me of T-studies. :0)
1) Extroverts tend to engage more in illegal behavior, divorce more, change jobs more frequently, make and lose friends, and find themselves in conflict situations than introverts.
2) Introverts tend to perform better than extroverts in jobs that require very focused tasks, like airline control. An extrovert would probably die of boredom if he had to spend a day watching a screen: "Look at that! Another 747..."
3) Extroverts perform better at (trade) school and at exams. Introverts, on the other hand, have more success at the university (college) level.
4) In a pain tolerance study, extroverts complained more than introverts, whether they had received comments or not (???). Extroverts seem to have a higher level of pain tolerance.
5) In a memory test, introverts performed better than extroverts, whether they received feedback or not. Extroverts performed better when the test integrated positive feedback during the process.
6) Insomnia is more frequent in introverts.
7) A 258 student study concluded that extroverts had higher self-esteem than introverts.
8) At high school level, children talk differently depending on their extrovert /introvert nature. The former tend to contradict their buddies and give corresponding examples, whereas the latter tend to collaborate and find creative solutions.
9) Extroverts adapt more easily to jet lag than introverts.
10) Extroverts prefer 'silly' humor, whereas introverts are more attracted to constructive humor.