8 Unique Ways Introverts Interact With The World
They Are Drawn Towards Creative, Detailed-Oriented, And Solitary Careers
Self sufficient, self driven and intellectually organized, introverts can be found on career paths that don't force them to deal with the public. Writer, scientist, artists and behind the scenes technical specialists are a few of the paths introverts prefer.
They Seem To Respond Slower
When asked a question, they will consider the matter thoroughly before responding. Their neural pathways have longer paths for analysis and response. They also remember events more thoroughly, information observed is more readily placed in long term memory.
They Don't Derive Joy From Their Environments
A recent study showed that the reward centers of an introvert's brain are wired differently than extroverts. Extraverts get a dopamine rush from external resources, while introverts do not make that same exchange. Introverts get their 'good feeling' more from internal resources, though that is not to say they don't get good feelings from the events around them.
They Hate Talking On The Phone
Introverts hate phone calls for a handful of reasons. They don't like when they are interrupted. The high sensitivity makes it difficult enough to focus without additional distractions. The lack of body language makes them feel uncomfortable. They are very keen on paying attention to all the subtle ways people talk without talking. The lack of information is annoying.