Human behavior never exists in a vacuum. And causes of behavior come in a broad array of forms. Here are five timeless debates in psychology that can help us better get behavior.
Introversion-Extraversion? Most of Us Are Neither.
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They call it the “other-contingent” extravert.
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Some are diligent about distancing, even when the rules aren’t enforced. Others flagrantly flout stay at home orders and mask mandates. Does personality explain these differences?
Would Santa Claus be an outgoing introvert or reclusive extravert? Is he energized by the smiling faces, or is a feeling that people drain him the reason he sneaks in the dark?