Psychology Today
| by Mark Travers

Psychology Today blog post on personality types unfazed during the pandemic includes a quote from Associate Professor of Psychology Christopher Soto. To explain why introverts fair less well during something like a pandemic, Soto said, “Compared with introverts, extroverts tend to experience more frequent and intense positive emotions. This makes it easier for them to maintain a positive mood in everyday life. It also helps them stay optimistic in the face of difficult circumstances, like the current crisis.”

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