Science Determines 4 Different Types of Introverts and Research Reveals Their Special Traits
Faced with problems to define introversion, Jonathan Cheek, a professor at Wellesley College, Massachusetts, and his colleagues and students conducted a study that included around 500 people. What they came up with is a new model that divides introversion into 4 types: Thinking, Anxious, Social, and Reserved. They do have some similarities but also differences, and that is what makes the study very successful: it deepens the understanding of introversion. Let's see their results.