1. We feel happier when we act like extroverts Across multiple surveys of hundreds of people in the United States, Venezuela, the Philippines, China, and Japan, researchers found that people feel more positive emotions “in daily situations where they either acted or felt more extroverted.” Participants in the study were told to act in an outgoing way for 10-minutes and were then asked to describe their emotions. Self-described introverts and extroverts both reported that outgoing activities made them feel happier. This research complements a 2002 study in which behaviors such as being talkative and adventurousness were correlated with high energy levels. Get the full story at The Next Web