May have spelt each of those wrong.
Anyway, I have quite a few questions on this topic and have done some interesting reading on it just lately, most interestingly, and I wish I had the reference here but I do not, that neither traits objectively exist and that adaptive, healthy, adjusted individuals will deploy thinking and behaviour associated with either as it suits them to provide stimulation or de-stimulation. I'm not convinced on that one and a lot of authors dont appear to be either.
Do you think that either is objectively valued and promoted rather than the other? Is society conditioning people to be either more introverted or more extroverted and why?
Lately I think there's been a lot of Intraversion publishing, at least these books are being offered to reviewers in the Amazon Vine programme for review a few months in a row, but that publishing could be a canny ploy to a captive market if there are a lot of people mistaking social anxiety or whatever for a personality trait.
On the other hand I've never seen a book dedicated to overcoming the problems experienced or anticipated and associated with extroversion, so its clearly not considered that debilitating.
What do you think accounts for the popular understanding or recognition of extroversion and introversion as traits as opposed to other cognitive functions, intuition, sensing, thinking, feeling, percepting?