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Revenge of the introverts: It's often assumed extroverts do best in life, but a new book claims quite the opposite...By Susan Cain PUBLISHED: 22:45 GMT, 25 March 2012 | UPDATED: 07:11 GMT, 26 March 2012 Do you hate crowds and small talk? Is your idea of heaven a weekend with nothing to do but spend time with your family and read a book? Do you find it exhausting to be around people all the time — even if they are people you really like? If the answer to these questions is yes, the chances are you an introvert.
photo courtesy of Novella photography, Matt & Paulette Griswold In the previous post, I said that you're probably not an introvert or an extrovert , arguing against a bimodal distinction. However, you may show signs of a temperament described as being introverted or extroverted based on how you display certain tendencies. But what are they? And how can you tell? How you measure introversion or extroversion?