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Introverts, Extroverts’ Response to Housing Ambiance

Posted by Shan I 13 April, 2010 archives  3

How Personality Traits Affect People’s Perception about Light
Light, brightness has an effect on introverts and extroverts differently. Depending on your personality traits, your surroundings can either motivate or de-motivate your life style

Everything around you – sound, lights, what you’re sitting on, what you smell – sends sensory stimulation to your brain. This sensory data competes for your attention, and potentially draws energy away from mental activities such as creativity, performance, and clear thinking.

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How Introverts and Extroverts Respond to Sensory Stimulation


Extroverts generally have a higher tolerance for sensory stimulation (light, brightness, sound, odors) than introverts do, which means extroverts aren’t as affected by bright lights.

Introverts tend to prefer less stimulation, and are more affected by sensory input and their surroundings. Introverts also tend to be easily distracted by their senses. Bright lights wear them out. In contrast, extroverts are more comfortable at any level. Their performance and mental state may not be as negatively influenced by sensory stimulation.

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