Robert Stark interviews Aleksey Bashtavenko about Introversion & Extroversion

Alexey BashtavenkoRobert Lindsay







Robert Stark and co-host Robert Lindsay talk to Aleksey Bashtavenko about the differences between introversion and extroversion

Topics include:

How few people are purely introverted or extroverted but rather have tendencies to one or the other
Carl Jung’s Theory of Temperaments on psychological types and temperaments
How introversion and extroversion are temperaments which are inborn traits
How introverts suck in energy and extroverts push out energy
The book Loneliness: Human Nature and the Need for Social Connection which states that social isolation leads to serious psychological problems
Robert Lindsay’s statement that introverts are inhibited and rarely engage in aggressive behavior and how extroverts commit most violent crime
However introverts can build up rage and in some instances unleash that rage upon society (ex. Elliot Rodger, Ted Kaczynski)
The politicization of personality types and pop psychology (ex. The MBTI and Typology Central forums)
The argument that introverts are socially and economically discriminated against and how Robert Lindsay disagree’s with Aleksey’s assertion that they are not
Susan Cain: The power of introverts
Societal stereotypes and prejudices against introverts
How there is a lot more to personality theory than just introversion and extroversion

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