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Synonyms for extrovert

outgoing person



Synonyms for extrovert

(psychology) a person concerned more with practical realities than with inner thoughts and feelings

being concerned with the social and physical environment

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No significant differences in linguistic accuracy existed between extraverts and introverts.
This finding suggested that trainers should use active experimentation/activity based learning for extraverts to use in a group, but at the same time provide time and instances to reflect such as case studies or scenario planning activities to introverts.
Grant was surprised to find that people on the two ends of the spectrum - extreme introverts and extreme extraverts - brought in relatively equal amounts of revenue.
Extraverts (E) are orientated toward the outside world; they are energised by the events and people around them.
In an unregulated industry, populated heavily by extraverts who sometimes speak first and think later, the risks of your confidential information ending up in the wrong hands are higher than you might like to think.
Individual people fall into bell-shaped distributions on personality factors, with extreme introverts and extreme extraverts, for instance, at the tails, and with the bulk of people falling more toward the middle of the scale.
He attempted to explain individual differences in personalities with two types which are extraverts and introverts (Myers et al.
Finally, extraversion was included as a control variable because extraverts tend to be friendly, affectionate, assertive, energetic, and social (Buck, 1975).
From personality traits, Extraversion made a tiny, yet significant, contribution, with introverts using the Internet more for WI than extraverts.
Though many people don't realize it, Jung developed the differentiation of extraverts and introverts.
Extraverts are typified by such characteristics as sociability, assertiveness and activity.
Based on previous research, extraverts have been found to be more outgoing and active, as well as more ambitious, than nonworkaholics (Judge et al.
Extraverts describe self-transcendent experiences of the world outside oneself as unified, or alive or aware or never dead (Hood, 1975; Hood, et al.
Extraverts may tend to look outward and explore more while introverts may have a tendency to look inward.
Military officers most likely to be promoted and, therefore, influence the leadership styles of subordinates are extraverts open to new experiences and are conscientious about their decisions.