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  • n  (psychology) an extroverted disposition; concern with what is outside the self

  • His orthodox theology is tempered by extroversion and charisma, a stark contrast to his predecessor, whom New York City Catholics widely viewed as distant.
  • Twins who had similar scores in key traits extroversion, calmness and conscientiousness, for example had similar happiness scores; once those traits were accounted for .
  • Overall, subjects using good-looking avatars tended to display more confidence, friendliness and extroversion, just as in the real world: they approached avatar strangers within .

  • James Weaver in CNET News
    Health risk factors differentiated adult video game players from nonplayers,Weaver said in a statement. "Video game players also reported lower extroversion, consistent with research on adolescents that linked video game playing to a...
  • Dora Bakoyannis in ANA
    Bakoyannis said that Greece's foreign policy was exercised with "extroversion and national self-confidence", while Greece and the United States were linked by close, long-standing and strategic ties.

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