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extraverted

(ĕk′strə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Variant of extroverted.
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Participants who reported playing at a competitive level were more extraverted than those whose highest level was non-competitive (M= 4.
Extraordinarily, it turns out that since extraversion is linked to increased sexual activity, especially in males, and quantitative geneticists estimate the heritability of extraverted personality to be around 40% to 60%, it was intuitive that Smillie and associates (2010) studied and found that one copy of the DRD2 gene A1 allele was associated with significantly higher extraversion.
If a highly extraverted individual is currently employed in an autonomous setting that does not foster sociability (e.
1999), whereas extraverted individuals were most likely to be nonempathic toward teased individuals.
Some people are more introverted, some more extraverted.
For example, extraverted persons often exhibit traits such as assurance, dominance, and the willingness to take charge, thus extraversion has also been positively linked to technology skills (Clark et al.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, individuals having an extraverted orientation like processing their thoughts out loud and discussing possible alternatives before arriving at a decision.
Especially now, HSIA can help the Greek economy become more extraverted by revving up exports.
Thus, it would appear that providing students with a testing situation that allows them to engage in active problem-solving with another student and has an element of risk would be a more appealing prospect for extraverted students.
Obviously there are large numbers of financial executives who completely contradict this stereotype, and who are charming and often extraverted.
We've all met extraverted and introverted people, people who love to discuss details and others who prefer focusing on the big picture, people who make decisions based on values and others who swear by logic and facts, and people who live a spontaneous, loosely organized life versus those who tightly schedule themselves.
For example, extraverted types can do a great deal of good by not just revelling in drawing attention to themselves, but approaching more introverted types and striking up some conversation.