Experimental manipulation of extraverted and introverted behavior and its effects on well-being.

@article{Margolis2019ExperimentalMO,
  title={Experimental manipulation of extraverted and introverted behavior and its effects on well-being.},
  author={S. Margolis and S. Lyubomirsky},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2019}
}
Research in personality psychology has remained predominantly correlational. For example, 3 decades of research demonstrate a robust cross-sectional relationship between extraversion and positive affect. A handful of studies, however, have examined this link experimentally, showing that extraversion boosts positive affect over short durations. If this is true, behaving in an extraverted manner should be a reliable method for increasing positive affect and, thus, suitable as a well-being… Expand
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