Innies and Outies. For Some of You Joining Us, English is not Your First Language. Preview of things to come: Listening to a presentation in a language that is not your first language is similar to what it is like to be an introvert. What are you?. An Experiment.
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Preview of things to come: Listening to a presentation in a language that is not your first language is similar to what it is like to be an introvert.
Extroverts—need to be out and about to refuel
Introverts need to stop spending energy and rest to recharge
Incidentally the reticular activating system is the part of the brain stem that gets damaged in PTSD as a result of over stimulation.
Broca’s area Language: the speech area where inner dialogue is initiated in introverts. This area is not reached by the Dopamine Pathway that dominates in extroverts.
Frontal lobe Language: Where thinking, planning, and learning are engaged in introverts. This area is not reached by the Dopamine pathway that dominates in extroverts.
Hippocampus Language: Attuned to the environment (including opinions of others) and relays information to long term memory in introverts. This area is not reached by the Dopamine pathway that dominates in extroverts.
Temporal and Motor Area Language: Where movement connects to working or short-term memory. It also serves as the center for learning and processing sensory and emotional stimuli. Stimuli reaches this area in extroverts but not in the Acetylcholine Pathway dominant in introverts.
Functional MRI allows us to visualize the brains pathways when we stimulate the brain. The patterns for introverts differ from those of extroverts.
Biological Basis of Resilience StyleSignals between the Prefrontal Cortex and Amygdala determine how quickly the person recovers from an upsetting experience.
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Introverts Extroverts Trait of Openess to New Experiences