"Act more extraverted" intervention

One study on "act like an extravert" found that introverts did not succeed in increasing their extraverted behavior as much as other participants.

  • Introverts did not benefit in retrospect from acting like an extravert.
  • They did not show momentary gains in authenticity.
  • Their retrospective fatigue levels seemed to increase with the "act extraverted" intervention.
  • Their experience of negative emotions increased.

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Introverts, acting like an extrovert won't make you happier

Introverts, acting like an extrovert won't make you happier