the trait of being interested primarily in things in one's external environement, rather than one's own thoughts and feelings.
the act of directing one's interests primarily toward things in one's external environement, rather than one's own thoughts and feelings.
In Eysenck's system, a trait dimension that refers to the main direction of a person's energies; toward the outer world of objects and other people (extroversion) or toward the inner world of one's own thoughts and feelings (introversion).
(psychology) an extroverted disposition; concern with what is outside the self
A personality dimension; someone who is high in extroversion is sociable, talkative, and assertive. 42
The interest in or behavior directed toward others or one's environment rather than oneself.
an attitude in which a person directs his interests to things outside himself and to other persons rather than to his own experiences and feelings: opposed to introversion.
extroverted: Directed outwardly. A psychic attitude, characterized by a concentration of interest on objects; easily susceptible to outer influences.