Are introverts ever happier than extroverts?

Here’s one actual perk of being a wallflower:

Although extraverts are generally happier than introverts, Kette (1991) found that extraverted prisoners were less happy than introverted prisoners.

Well-Being: Foundations of Hedonic Psychology

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