The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

What does 'Extroverts' mean?

Find out what Extroverts means. Extroverts is explained by Tina L. Quick - author of The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

Extroverts

A term used in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator which denotes one way in which people stand in relation to the world and interact with it. Extroverts are people who are drawn to the outside world – activities, other people, events – as their elemental source of energy. Rarely, if ever, do Extroverted preference people feel their energy batteries are drained by excessive amounts of interaction with the outside world.

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"... are important but that one should always remember that there are human beings involved in most of our decisions. - Interacting With the World: Introverts and Extroverts - Jung used another dimension that most people are familiar with: introversion and extroversion. The two words, as Jung ..."
"...Jung used the terms to differentiate between people who get energized by being with others or enjoying material things (Extroverts) and people who are energized by being with their own thoughts and ideas (Introverts). If you get energized by being around people and deflated when being alone, you are probably an Extrovert; if having people around drains you and being by yourself gets your energy back, you are probably ..."
"...Introverts can get very irritated by Extroverts. For example in the classroom, Extroverts tend to think aloud and spout their answers to questions quickly, even if they are not fully worked out. For Introverts this is simply ‘shooting from the hip’ or ‘talking off the cuff’ and becomes very distracting while they are thinking over carefully ..."
"...Extrovertsword about the questions some of you may have about nature-nurture in defining your type. Some people may argue that whether you are an Extrovert or Introvert, Feeler or Thinker, Sensor or Intuitor, Perceiver or Judger, depends on the situation. But type preferences are very much like hand preferences: some ..."

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