extraverted


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ex·tra·vert·ed

 (ĕk′strə-vûr′tĭd)
adj.
Variant of extroverted.
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Adj.1.extraverted - being concerned with the social and physical environment
extraversive, extroversive - directed outward; marked by interest in others or concerned with external reality

extraverted

adjective
Disposed to be open, sociable, and talkative:
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Hypothesis 1a: Compared to the female version actor, the male version actor's personality will be rated as less extraverted.
Looking at specific correlations between spending categories and traits, the researchers found that people who were more open to experience tended to spend more on flights, those who were more extraverted tended to make more dining and drinking purchases, those who were more agreeable donated more to charity, those who were more conscientious put more money into savings, and those who were more materialistic spent more on jewelry and less on donations.
The conscientious student may become editor of the class yearbook while the extraverted student becomes class president.
Specifically, participants who were more extraverted, broad-minded, receptive, and self-assured were more likely to sign up for the "Personality Feedback" study.
On the other hand, Facebook users were more extraverted and sociable than Twitter users.
For example, I'm on the shy and introverted side, so I need my extraverted friends to help set up social engagements and try new experiences.
The findings showed that people perceived classically feminine (pear-shaped) and classically masculine (broad-shouldered) bodies as being associated with "active" traits, such as being quarrelsome, extraverted, and irritable.
For weekly readings call 09036 5820 09 (75p/min + access charge) LIBRA SEPTEMBER 23 - OCTOBER 23 There is many extraverted, risk-taking Librans.
There was a similar overlap between cannabis use and personality types that were prone to more risky behaviour or were more extraverted.
* The 14-member Fraser Institute cluster (upper left in Figure 3) is least integrated and most extraverted of the four.
No matter age, gender, social class, ethnicity, or nationality, studies have found that users with high self-esteem are more emotionally stable, extraverted, and conscientious, and thus use SNSs differently from those with lower levels of self-esteem (e.g., Bachrach, Kosinski, Graepel, Kohli, & Stillwell, 2012; Robins, Tracy, Trzesniewski, Potter, & Gosling, 2002).
On the spectrum of extraverted neuroticism (NE), dr Pirvu drew a line for conscientiousness, novelty seeking, sensation seeking and sensibility to reward, the recourses being Costa & McCrae, Cloninger, Zuckerman, Gray.