ExtraversionIn personality psychology, extraversion (also spelled extroversion) is usually considered to be at one extreme of a personality continuum, with introversion its opposite. People can be anywhere on this continuum, rather than simply falling into one or other category.
Extraverts tend to be sensation-seeking, spontaneous and gregarious. They enjoy crowds, noise and stimulation. Extraverts also tend to have more sexual partners in the course of their life than introverts, though this isn't to say that all extraverts are promiscuous.
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