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

Introverts

Introverts could benefit from learning to be more extraverted.

  • Those acting more extraverted report more positive emotions in the moment. 
  • Studies show that the introverted group's failure to report pleasure in retrospect could point to memory bias.
  • A less intense version, together with support and guidance to make behavioral changes habitual, could help introverts enjoy being more extraverted.

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