We all know the theory of extroverts and introverts; Introverts are drained by social interaction, and extroverts are energized by social interaction. But we also know it's not that simple. Rarely, there are ambiverts and there are some who are energized by only certain social encounters. Everyone needs some sort of social interaction on a regular basis, I'm more interested in the results of that - the stimulation. Therefore, the purpose of this thread is to test that theory.
As an introvert, I'm stimulated by social interaction. I am not as energized, and I don't need it as much as an extrovert may, but I am stimulated by it at the moment of the interaction, and my mood shifts after having social interaction.
I'm interested in knowing whether some extoverts are tired by any specific social encounters, to what extent, (although I expect this to be less common) and whether introverts are somewhat energized by any.