extroversion

[n] - (psychology) an extroverted disposition
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Extroversion

Ex`tro·ver'sion noun [ See Extrorse .] The condition of being turned wrong side out; as, extroversion of the bladder. Dunglison.
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extroversion

1. A turning outward. ... 2. A trait involving social intercourse, as practiced by an extrovert. ... Compare: introversion. ... Synonym: extraversion. ... Origin: incorrectly formed fr. L. Extra, outside, + verto, pp. Versus, to turn ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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extroversion

(eks″tro-vur´zhәn) a turning inside out. direction of one's energies and attention outward from the self; called also extraversion.
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Extroversion

• (n.) The condition of being turned wrong side out; as, extroversion of the bladder.
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extroversion

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks′trō-vĕr′zhŭn, -shŭn Synonyms: extraversion
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extroversion

Personality dimension described by the psychologists Carl Jung and, later, Hans Eysenck. The typical extrovert is sociable, impulsive, and carefree. The opposite of extroversion is introversion
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