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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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People who exhibit a high level of extraversion have been found to be active and engaged in their jobs (Inceoglu & Warr, 2011); accordingly, more extraverted flight attendants perform a higher level of social skills and receive more social support in the workplace (Hochwarter, Witt, Treadway, & Ferris, 2006) than do other flight attendants, and consequently experience less work stress compared with their less extraverted coworkers.
Are dishonest extraverts more harmful than dishonest introverts?
Extraverts are more likely to get addicted because facebook satisfies their need for a high level of stimulation and a large social network.
It is explained that extraverts use SNS for social purposes, while intravert use it for social compensation.
It follows then, that extraverts, agreeable people, and emotionally stable people should be more likely to support co-workers with whom they have formed a social bond, because they view that behavior as a way to maintain a bond that serves as their source of attachment to others (Lepine and Van Dyne.
I later in life found out about very interesting theories on introverts, extraverts and ambiverts as a mix of the two and that genetics has a lot to say about the tendencies within us, the conclusion being that what makes us being different is the place we take our energy from and how we reboot our brain activity: introverts use to spend their time alone and tend to be creative, whilst the extraverts gather their energy through the interaction with other people, often showing their charm and charisma every chance they get.
For the dimension of extraversion, while it was hypothesized that those who are more outgoing are likely to be goal driven and resource users (including technology), it could also be argued that higher levels of extraversion thrives on interpersonal interactions (Hall, 2005) and thus extraverts are less likely to use websites and other non-interactive technologies.
Last week, Cruz volunteers in Iowa were calling people identified as extraverts to be precinct captains and take on other leadership roles.
How might Facebook usage be differentially related to the level of social capital enjoyed by extraverts and introverts?
Results showed that choir students were more likely to be Extraverts than were orchestra students, and orchestra students were more likely to be Introverts than were choir members.
Extraverts love to hog attention, but recently, introverts have come in for a bit of popularity.
Finn's ideal constitutional citizens are highly mobilized, highly educated extraverts, not content to register their preferences in a voting booth or sue for their rights, but instead demanding that the public spaces around them engage constitutionalist values almost relentlessly.