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extrovert

, extravert Psychol
1. a person concerned more with external reality than inner feelings
2. of or characterized by extroversion
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Extraverts in comparison to introverts have less cortical arousal and more mental reactive inhibition.
This dimension closely relates to Jung's extravert and introvert personality indicators.
Introverts and Extraverts working together must respect their differences and find ways to accommodate the needs of both personality types.
Table 1: ANOVA Results Corresponding Means Extravert Introvert F-Stat Sig Waiting at a retail encounter If you are kept 1.
Extraverts get their energy from the outer world and feel drained when they are by themselves too long (Figure 4).
Extraverts can be described by the following traits: sociable, active, lively, sensation-seeking, carefree, dominant, surgent, assertive, and venturesome.
If I'm part of a happy crowd, I like that, because I'm a mixture of both an extravert and an introvert.
Indeed, one study (Revelle, Humphrey, Simon, & Gilliland, 1980) found that it was actually the impulsivity aspect of the extravert personality that was responsible for time-of-day differences when scores on a cognitive task rather than a simple performance task were used as the dependent variable.
Factors Parameters 1 2 Sport Middle-distance race 0,49 0,09 competition (800 and 1500 _) results Shotput -0,27 0,26 Broad jump -0,05 0,33 Sprint -0,40 0,52 High jump -0,53 0,01 Step and jump -0,66 0,20 Grenade throw 0,01 0,70 ACE genotype 0,72 0,26 Level of dis-adaptation -0,82 -0,24 Extravert - introvert -0,28 -0,04 Neurotization 0,16 0,28 POMS activity -0,22 -0,58 POMS psycho-energetic factor 0,05 -0,66 GDV indices JSL 0,83 0,30 measurement JSR 0,76 0,27 August 1999 JSL / JSR -0,34 -0,43 GDV indices JSL 0,63 -0,46 measurement JSR 0,60 -0,24 Nov 1999 JSL / JSR 0,44 0,51 GDV indices JSL 0,49 -0,34 measurement JSR 0,55 -0,02 May 2000 JSL / JSR 0,16 0,62 Factor weights 0,27 0,14
Carducci warns against becoming a "liquid extravert," using alcohol to ease inhibitions as many shy people do.
One of the more common approaches to measure personality is the development of Myers-Briggs Type Indicators: Extravert or Introvert, Sensor or Intuitive, Thinker or Feeler, and Judger and Perceiver.