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    know as Introversion and Extroversion.Introverts much prefer their inner world of thoughts and feelings whereas extroverts relay to their external outer world that emphasizes of people such as socializing and activities. Introverts tend to process information inside their heads, extroverts often act without thinking.This related to the first dimension of the Myers-Brigg Indicator,Extraversion/Introversion.Extroverted people are very gregarious and sociable people and enjoy interaction with others,but Introverts prefer to keep to themselves and prefer a small circle of friends,they are often caught up within their own thoughts.The second dimension refers to Sensing/Intuiting. People with a sensing…

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    Extraversion is defined as “an attitude in which the psyche is oriented outward to the objective world. The extravert tends to be more comfortable with the outer world of people and things. The introvert is more comfortable with the inner world of concepts and ideas” (Engler, 2009, p. 78). I would describe myself as an introvert. I tend to be quiet instead of sociable, intellectual, calm, and thoughtful. However, I don’t have trouble getting along with others, I’m not artistic, and I don’t…

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    Openness vs. Closedness, Conscientiousness vs. Lack of Direction, Extraversion vs. Introversion, Agreeableness vs. antagonism, and Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability. These factors all contribute to who a person is and how the make decisions. Based on how strong or weakly a factor contributes to your personality, a person can see what makes up their personality as a whole and in what areas they have their strengths and weaknesses in. The theorists who formulated this theory were not only trying…

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    Such as to clarify that extraversion had little to no effect on facial memory and recognition. From the outset of the research test, the predictability of such an effect would be considered tentative. With the acceptance that there would be other methods and task that could be employed to verify if extroverts and introverts differ in any way with regards to hemispheric functioning (left, right). Thompson and Muller express that from the data extracted from this test it would be improbable to…

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    Being quiet has never meant you have nothing to offer the world. Some could say, that the only way you can make an impact for the better is by speaking, or the actions you do that have positive benefits, but being silent is an action. Being silent can open your mind, if only for a moment to see everything in a new light, a light where opinion doesn’t exist, but observation thrives. In the world of Jean Louise ‘Scout’ Finch, created by Harper Lee, you will see a quiet young girl, who has rapid…

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    Susan Cain in her book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Won’t Stop Talking” writes, “There’s zero correlation between being the best talker and having the best ideas.” This idea is especially relevant in today’s school systems where so much pressure is put on classroom participation. In recent years the question has been posed of whether or not grading based on classroom participation, which has been the norm in many classes for years, is really the best way to engage students.…

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    Have you ever seen the embodiment of funny, awkward, lazy, and smart in the same person? That's me. Ok, maybe not the last one. Anyways, hi. It’s me, Pip, currently writing this paper and not even sure if I’ll finish it on time. Whatever device you’re reading this on , be ready to go through the 16 year adventure called Pip’s life. I know. It might seem boring but hopefully I’ll change your opinion on that. So this little adventure begins on a certain day where people’s hearts either get broken…

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    1. Cain, Susan. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. New York: Crown, 2012. 42-65. Print. The American writer and lecturer Susan Cain believed not everyone should be an extrovert as well as the fact that everyone can bring something to the table. Leaders are perceived to be forceful, confident, and independent. They were “not the people with the best ideas...they were the best presenters” (Cain 53). She believed that society is more likely to follow the person who…

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    Personally, I thought the interview with Judge Cerski was pretty different from the other interviews. While the others talked about the balance between their work and their social life, Judge Cerski said his work is his life. I have great respect for him, and it is inspiring to hear how far he has come in his career. Although, I do not think that is the leadership approach that I want to follow. He had some great advice, but I think that I would not be happy or completely successful if I…

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    The construct that we have chosen was social introversion. We have operationalized social introversion by stating that one is an introvert if one has a tendency to contemplate and observe before engaging in activities, possesses a high level of self-awareness on one’s actions, feels comfortable in solitude, and tends to reflect on one’s life. As we research into past assessments measuring social introversion, we had realized that this construct had been unfairly put under a negative light.…

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