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extraverted

(ĕk′strə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Variant of extroverted.
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In terms of Big Five traits, our results were very much in line with those reported in previous studies (Costa et al., 2001; Feingold, 1994; McCrae et al., 2005; Vianello et al., 2013) in that the speaker was perceived by the rater as more extraverted, more agreeable, and more conscientious when in the female guise.
Previous research has indicated that studies advertised as "Personality Feedback" (i.e., Jackson et al., 1989; Experiment 2) or "Personality Assessment" (i.e., Silverman & Margulis, 1973) have attracted participants who are more extraverted, self-assured, and autonomous; therefore, we hypothesized that participants who signed up for the Personality version of the study would be more extraverted and open-minded than those who signed up for the Proof Reading version of the study.
This supports the finding that Snapchat is the only platform wherein women are statistically more likely to be extraverted. The causality is, of course, unclear, but it seems that women who use Snapchat as their main SNS are either already more extraverted and therefore choose Snapchat or Snapchat itself empowers women to become more extraverted.
The palpebrae were extraverted and the lips were overturned.
Personality also has another effect (H2): literature states that more extraverted people have stronger needs for relationship than introverts [4] (p.
Introverts who may have been required to go to an extraverted church in their youth may make the decision as an adult to attend a different type of church or to not go at all.
The 63 individuals in the 4core tend to be network specialists within the core sample--only 34.9% have any extraverted corporate affiliations.
For example, one continuum looked at extraverted versus introverted personalities and how each type affected learning (Cherry, 2016).
This result is consistent with previous results indicating that sexting is a means of socialization and interpersonal relationship (Doring, 2014), so that extraverted people may feel particularly attracted to it.
If you take an extravert you will find that his unconscious has an introverted quality, because all the extraverted qualities are played out in his consciousness and the introverted are left in the unconscious'.
Extraverted people are energetic, assertive, active and sociable, and they tend to experience positive emotions.
By averaging subjects' MCS contributions, having those averages count as observations, and using the Wilcoxon rank sum test, we find evidence that extraverted subjects make lower MCS contributions than neurotic (p [approximately equal to] 0.023) and agreeable (p [approximately equal to] 0.019) subjects.