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Extraverts and introverts use different brain areas

Extraverts and introverts use different brain areas

Some experts state that extraverts and introverts use different brain areas to form their ideas. An extravert relies on short term memory and can come to fast associations and ideas. But they often speak before they think.

An introvert retrieves information from long-term memory. Their thoughts are more complex and need time to develop. That is why they think first before they speak.

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In the 1960s, Hans Eysenck added to Jung's ideas. He thought the main difference between introverts and extraverts lies in how they recharge their mental energy. 

Introverts may walk away from small talk to recharge, but that doesn't mean that they are shy.

Carl Gustav Jung coined the terms introversion and extraversion in the 1920s. According to Jung:

Good teachers are aware of the differences between extraverts and introverts and try to develop their strengths.

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