Introverts are excluded unfairly in an extraverts’ world
One in three people is an introvert. When will society notice? "While I have introverted friends, they seem to be vastly outnumbered by my extraverted friends and acquaintances. I have to remind myself that this apparent absence from my daily landscape is not surprising: we introverts are much harder to notice. Introverts probably won't be the ones sharing a joke with the entire office, waiting by the coffee machine for a chance to chat, or appearing on television screens as rising reality-show stars." Neuropsychologist Noa Herz contemplates on her life struggles as an introvert in a society full of extroverts.