Loners are pitied in our up-with-people culture. But the introvert reaps secret joy from the solitary life

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Research by San Francisco psychotherapist Elaine Aron bears out Guyer’s hunch, demonstrating that withdrawn people typically have very high sensory acuity. Because loners are good at noticing subtleties that other people miss, Aron says, they are well-suited for careers that require close observation, like writing and scientific research. It’s no surprise that famous historical loners include Emily Dickinson, Stanley Kubrick, and Isaac Newton.

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~ by searching4alpha on May 19, 2007.

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