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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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The test determines if the person is an introvert or extrovert by asking them, whether they focus more on their inner world or the outer world.
We live in a world where extroverts run across fields of daisies while introverts fight to emerge from the shadows and shine.
The potential savings on time and development resources from leveraging the combination of pre-certified Extrovert modems and Logic Supply embedded systems cannot be overstated.
Overall, extrovert adults are 25% more likely to earn more than PS40,000 a year, with the odds higher for men than women.
Furthermore, there was no difference in our results for working memory capacity between the control and experimental groups, which is another indicator supporting the assumption that arousal, triggered by cognitive activation, really was the cause--or one of the causes--of the improvement in performance of the extrovert group.
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.
Would-be tram drivers will be tested to weed out candidates who are either quiet, introverted types or noisy extroverts.
Consider this example: Your extrovert supervisor summons you, an introvert, into his office for an update on a report.
If you want to discover whether you are an introvert or extrovert, this book tell you within its first few pages; and the answer may just surprise you.
Earlier this week at the beginning of his show, he spoke about the benefits of being an extrovert.
As a raging extrovert who works in the field of leadership consulting, I was very intrigued by Susan Cain's book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking.
Dembling's book combines the results of scientific studies and her own experiences, while Susan Cain, another author who wrote about introversion, labeled leaders: Barack Obama, for example, is an introvert; Bill Clinton, an extrovert.
My rich cousin has made his money from accountancy and is surprisingly extrovert for an accountant: I used to think an extrovert accountant simply looked at your shoes when engaged in conversation rather than his own.
She offers advice for introverts on small talk, networking, and communicating with extroverts, and even shows how to pretend to be an extrovert when necessary.