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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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More specifically with reference to the Big Five factors, the results support Hypotheses 1a, 1b, and 1c, in that those who rated Person A with a male voice perceived the speaker as less extraverted, less agreeable, less conscientious, and less open to experience than did those who rated Person A with a female voice.
But try as they might, schools are not going to succeed in making shy students extraverted, careless students meticulous, or contentious students agreeable (or, for that matter, slow students smart).
The participants who signed up for the "Personality Assessment" study rated themselves as more extraverted, autonomous, more likely to engage in learning and other diverse experiences, less practical, and more skeptical of religious conventions.
(10.) Krackhardt and Stern's (1988) E-I index subtracts the proportion of "introverted" lines (linking members of subgroups with each other) from the proportion of "extraverted" lines that occur across subgroups.
On Facebook, men were more extraverted and had higher self-esteem, whereas women were more agreeable, conscientious, and neurotic.
In this disease, which is characterized by large squamous, parchment-like eruptions on the skin, extraverted palpebrae and overturned lips are determinative findings; erythrodermia and mucosal involvement are not observed.
Perhaps feminine and introverted people are satisfied by robot company but masculine and extraverted people are not.
This parasite appears to cause similar neurological changes in humans, making men more introverted and women more extraverted. It isn't the only parasite that can affect human behavior; the rabies virus, for example, has long been known to make people aggressive.
"Female workers who are more open to new experiences, are extraverted, exhibit strong decision making power, and possess higher levels of grit and conscientiousness are better rewarded in the labor market," World Bank said.
This awareness could help us understand why an introverted person in an extraverted church would probably eventually leave.
Agreeable and extraverted children are more socially competent concurrently and across time (Gest, 1997;Shiner,2000 &Asendorpf&VanAken,2003).
When we distinguish between "introverted" networking within Canada's FF sector (internal degree) and "extraverted" networking beyond it (external degree), what stands out is the difference between majors and others (Table 3).