Introverts’ and Extroverts’ Brains Really Are Different, According To Science

Why do extroverts like action, and introverts like calm?

It has to do with two powerful chemicals — dopamine and acetylcholine, “jolt juices” that hugely impact our behavior, according to J. Allan Hobson, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard.

Dopamine gives immediate, intense zaps of happiness when its users act quickly, take risks, and seek novelty.

Source: introvertdear.com

You’re not imagining it. That extrovert who seems so different from you? It’s because his brain is different.

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