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Have introverts really fared better in lockdown?

By Lis Ku, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, De Montfort University
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Since the onset of the pandemic, everyone from newspaper columnists to Twitter users has advanced the now idea that extroverts and introverts are handling the crisis differently.

Many claim that introverts adapt to social distancing and isolation better than extroverts, with some even suggesting that introverts are practically “loving” the crisis, as it offers them a rare chance to play to their strengths.…

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