Are There Individual Differences in Social Interest During Visualization?
von Karolyi, Catya
Collier, Ann D.
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Individual differences in how people react to stressful situations, including the extent to which they want social interaction, are commonly found in the literature. We wondered whether, when they cope with having a terrible mood, (A) do extroverts differ from introverts and (B) do males differ from females in the extent to which they exhibit social interest. To explore these personality and gender differences, we administered an online survey to undergraduate participants as extroverted or introverted and participants indicated their sex.
Adjustment (Psychology)--Psychological aspects
Adjustment (Psychology)--Sex differences
Social interaction--Psychological aspects
Social interaction--Sex differences
Stress management--Psychological aspects
Stress management--Sex differences
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