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Introvert Or Extrovert? Here’s Another Way To Think About Your Personality

Oct 02, 2017 // People’s social networks tend to be full of extroverts. This leads to a “systematic network extroversion bias,” where people’s social networks are overpopulated with extroverts, and therefore under-populated by introverts relative to the general population.
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The Brain Boasts Its Own Social Network

Apr 20, 2017 // Highlights recent research by Adam Kleinbaum and co-authors that shows how social networks have become so important that the human brain has evolved to encode and recognize the position of others within a social group at a precognitive level.
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Our 2016 Honor Roll: The 40 Under 40 Most Outstanding MBA Professors

Apr 13, 2016 // Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, was named one of Poets and Quants' 2016 Best 40 Under 40 Professors.
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Extroverts Are Rarer Than You Think — So Are You One, Or Not?

Apr 15, 2015 // Continued coverage of a recent study co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, which found that extroverts are over-represented in real-world networks, and that the effect is more pronounced in the networks of socially outgoing people.
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Why A Lot More People Are Introverts than We Think

Apr 14, 2015 // Continued coverage of a recent study co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, which found that extroverts are over-represented in real-world networks, and that the effect is more pronounced in the networks of socially outgoing people.
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Your Friends Are More Extroverted Than You Are

Apr 08, 2015 // Continued coverage of the recent study co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, which found that most social networks are overpopulated with extroverts.
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New Psychology Study Shows 'Extroversion Bias' Distorts Our View of Friends

Apr 08, 2015 // Continued coverage of the study co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, published in Psychological Science.
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Introverts and Extroverts May Have Their Characteristics All Mixed Up

Apr 07, 2015 // Highlights research co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, that found extroverts were more likely to make friends with many other extroverts, while introverts were more likely to have other introverts in their smaller social networks.
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New Study Reveals Some Comforting News for Introverts

Apr 07, 2015 // Cites research co-authored by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, in an article about the friendship paradox—a perceived notion that individuals tend to have more extroverts in their friend group than introverts.
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Introverts May Be the Only People Who See the World Accurately

Apr 07, 2015 // Highlights a study co-conducted by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, that found that extroverts and introverts perceive the world in different ways—with introverts being far more perceptive and in touch with reality.
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How to Become a CEO: These Are the Steps You Should Take

Mar 12, 2015 // Cites research by Adam Kleinbaum, associate professor of business administration, that found that individuals who follow atypical career trajectories in their organization ultimately gain access to more valuable brokerage opportunities.
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