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This is a digest of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking written by Susan Cain. This book delves into a discussion about how extroverts are more “accepted” in our society than introverts. In this book, Cain brings the argument that introverts are just as prevalent, capable, and talented as extroverts. Cain has a slew of research to back her in her book, including studies in psychology, biology, and neuroscience. Her goal is to help more people understand the way an introvert’s mind works and to aid introverts in an extrovert-dominated world.
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