‘You are what you eat’ might actually be true.
A coworker asks me a question, but my mind is momentarily paralyzed. I’m experiencing a common introvert problem: I can’t put my thoughts into words.
Introverts, does it seem like you’re drowning in a sea of extroverts?
Researchers hypothesize that there are four types of introverts. They named their model STAR. You can be more than one type.
The introvert is sensitive to dopamine, so too much of it makes an introvert feel overstimulated and anxious, writes Dr. Marti Olsen Laney.
New research links introversion to terrain preference.