Introverts prefer traveled to the mountains, really?

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Do you want to know how to determine a person you've never known, is he included in introvert or extrovert? Try this trick.


In such a party you can make small group to talking each other, ask the stranger where he likes to vacation. Whatever the answer, it can reveal information about the personality type. In just seconds, you can predict whether the person is an introvert or extrovert.

How can?

Of course you can, here's the explanation.
"How do you travel and where you are traveling for the holidays may be heavily influenced by your personality type," says clinical psychologist Ben Michaelis, who found this interesting study. "Broadly speaking, extroverts prefer wide open spaces, such as beaches, while introverts are more attracted to the forests and mountains.
In a series of studies, researchers at the University of Virginia has conducted a survey and found that introverts prefer the mountains, with a large sample size.

Meanwhile, the second study at the university found that when people want to socialize, 75 percent of them choose to go to the ocean / beach is not a mountain. Meanwhile, another study revealed that residents of the mountainous country more introverted than the citizens of the lowlands.

"How do you travel and where you are traveling for the holidays may be heavily influenced by your personality type," says clinical psychologist Ben Michaelis, who found this interesting study. "Broadly speaking, extroverts prefer wide open spaces, such as beaches, while introverts are more attracted to the forests and mountains.

People tend to be attracted to a particular physical terrain based on personality. "The mountains and forests are a great way to enjoy the solitude and offer time for reflection," said Michaelis. "The beach is a great place for partying, socializing and lots of people watching."

Although there are a number of facts that can be drawn from these studies, including the tendency introvert prefers mountainous areas, there is little that can be inferred about the causal relationship. That the study does not reveal evidence of an association between changes in personality.

For example, just moved to the mountain town will not make you an introvert. Or be moved to a coastal town makes you an extrovert. Here researchers put, that people are interested in a particular geography based on personality traits that exist.
Info:
Psychologist Carl Jung first used the term "extrovert" and "introvert" in 1920, describing people who are eager to interact with others and who does not.

Source:
Journal of Research in Personality
Volume 58, October 2015, Pages 55-68

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