7. Born this way

Hans Eysenck, a German-born English psychologist, defined introverts by their baseline arousal. It was apparent that introverts have high baseline arousal and need little social interaction to reach satisfaction. Moreover, brain scans showed a thicker prefrontal cortex in introverts compared to extroverts, which is associated with deeper thoughts and planning. This goes to show that being an introvert cannot be helped. What can I say? They were born this way.

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  1. your article is very informative and interesting.I think i agree that at times we misjudge others for who they are. we judge people on different basis such as the clothes they wear and how they talk. but at times we are wrong.

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I'm Noura and I'm a collector of books (it's borderline hoarding at this point.) I'm also a writer for psych2go. I mainly write about introverts and other oddities. It's not too startling that psych2go is growing, for psych2go understands what it means to be different and celebrates it. I just want to contribute as much as I can to psych2go's growing audience.

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