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extroverted

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extraverted

(ĕk′strə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Characterized by interest in and behavior directed toward others or the environment rather than oneself; gregarious or outgoing.
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The use of strategies by introverted and extroverted learners is shown in Table 1.
Physicians will not be surprised that family members may not notice a person with an extroverted personality who becomes depressed.
Hull herself took the test and discovered she was an extroverted, sensitive teacher and that helped her understand why sometimes she got frustrated with students who were the opposite.
In the years since Haiman's study of the differing effects that introverted and extroverted verbs have on the marking of reflexives a number of challenges for his analysis of the phenomenon have emerged.
One possibility is that these highly extroverted students enter the year with high expectations for community, but then fail to engage in the types of activities or behaviors that would help fulfill those expectations.
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It took us a while to discover that his extroverted personality concealed a sharp, creative mind and the sensitivity of a born psychologist.
Star is an opulent floral bouquet and retails in a pink bottle to attract women who are ambitious, impulsive and extroverted.
She is chatty and extroverted, comfortable in her manner and apparently anxious to explain who she is.
The first dimension, Introvert/Extrovert, reflects a general attitude toward the world: extroverted, in which the person is directed outward toward other persons and objects, or introverted, where attention and energy are directed inward to focus on internal, often unspoken, representations of events.
often function well in the extroverted business environment because they can work at being extroverted when the situation calls for it," they say.