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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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The researchers concluded that introverts are more likely to have nightmares and unclear dreams than extroverts.
On the other hand, extroverts are seen as of the 'better' nature.
In extroverts, the major identified types were extroverted-sensing-feeling-perceptive (ESFP), extroverted-sensing-thinking-judging (ESTJ), extroverted-intuitive-feeling-perceptive (ENFP) and extroverted-sensing-feeling-judging (ESFJ).
I don't believe that the principal did this on purpose; it was probably because he knew the extroverts.
A survey of 300 workers also found that extroverts were happier in their work and had higher levels of job satisfaction.
This guide helps introverts and extroverts work together in business and creative partnerships.
Because extroverts have lower arousability levels than do introverts, one of these factors might be extraversion (Brocke, Tasche, & Beauducel, 1997).
A study currently in progress in the UK has found so far that introverts in high positions at a marketing firm received equal performance reviews to extroverts and did not feel drained because their workplace has implemented "restorative resources" - quiet places to relax after giving presentations or participating in meetings.
and value these as much as the elements that extroverts naturally bring and make more obvious (rapport; enthusiasm; expressiveness etc.
So apparently extroverts draw their energy from an external source that is usually in the form of social interactions while introverts are energized by spending time alone and may find social gatherings exhausting.
The study, reported in the 2012 Journal of Personality supported the claim that extroverts have a higher sensitivity to the neurotransmitter dopamine.
In addition, writing down ideas unclutters the Introverts' mind and help Extroverts to see their options.