Introverts are internal processors.
Their primary source of information and point of reference comes from within themselves.
This doesn’t mean that they are self-absorbed or oblivious to others; they simply rely first and foremost on their inner thoughts to guide them.
When an introvert receives information, she takes it in and flips it this way and that in her mind until it’s right-side-up enough to be shared with the world.
-Beth Buelow, Insights: Reflections on the Gift of Being an Introvert