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Introverts and Extroverts Have Different Brains

By on June 9, 2017

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Everyone's personality is different- some like constant interaction with others, while other prefer a more solitary, reflective existence. And it turns out, this behavior goes beyond personality, but is actually the result of physiological differences in the brain. Laci looks at what those differences are.

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