Extroverts are more difficult to save money, say scientists

In previous studies scientists have proven that extroverts between distant big profits and real, albeit small earnings "here and now", choose the second option. A team from the University of Toronto continued to develop the theme. It turned out that to save the extrovert is much more complicated than introverts. It is reported by Psych Central.

In the U.S. there are States dominated by extroverts or introverts. In the first case, a smaller percentage of the population uses storage systems in banks. The character of the people may also change. When a man is open, he is more inclined to spend than save for a rainy day.

While scientists cannot establish the connection mechanism is described. Neither age nor social status, the ability to save money is not connected. It is planned to conduct further research in this direction.

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