Can you guess what was the ONE question Sigmund Freud, the father of modern psychology, couldn’t answer?
This question is the mother-of-all-question since the dawn of the mating and courtship ritual of getting together with the opposite sex and procreating…or else, our ancestors would have failed in their “Mission Possible,” and you wouldn’t be here reading [...]What is Attraction? is a post from: Social Natural
Now here’s the second-part to the concluding Predicting Identity: Extroversion and Introversion.
While our “extroversion” and “introversion” are partially rooted in our heredity, environmental factors also play a significant role, if not bigger.
In Introversion-Extroversion, J.P. Guilford said that having few siblings makes a child more reflective, and reflectiveness is a major attribute of introverts (Guilford 335). [...]Predicting Identity: Extroversion and Int
To start the brand new 2012 year off, I thought I talk about the social development of our “extroversion” and “introversion”…
Have you ever wondered WHY some people are naturally prone to being social than others and have a much more extroverted tendency?
I went to great length and did a huge research on this, as this [...]Predicting Identity: Extroversion and Introversion – Part 1 is a post from: Social Natural