Your Friends: More Extroverted Than You (New York Magazine)



A Tuck School of Business study sheds new light on the friendship paradox (the idea that your friends probably have more friends than you do), reports New York Magazine.

In a study published in Psychological Science, Tuck’s Daniel Feiler and Adam Kleinbaum found evidence that your friends are not only apt to be more popular than you are, they are probably more extroverted, too, the New York Magazine reports.

Kleinbaum and Feiler are associate professors of business administration at Tuck.

Read the full story, published 4/8/15 by New York Magazine.

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