IAccording to the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, every persons personality can be placed somewhere on a scale running from extremeextroversion (i.e., an outgoing personality) to extreme introversion (i.e., a withdrawn personality). lThe typical extrovert is particularly fond of people and people-oriented activities: he is sociable, likes parties, hasmany friends, needs to have people to talk to, and does not like reading or studying by himself. The typical introvert, on the other hand, is a quiet, retiring sort of person, introspective, fond of books rather than people. ·Unlike the extrovert, who craves excitement, takes chances,and is generally impulsive, the introvert shuns excitement, takes mattersof everyday life with proper seriousness, and likes a well-ordered mode of life.
Whereas the extrovert tends to be aggressive and loses histemper easily, the introvert tends to keep his feelings under closecontrol, seldom behaves in an aggressive manner, and does not lose histemper easily. The introvert is more reliable and less optimistic than theextrovert. 7The extrovert may often be subject to criminal or psychopathicbehavior, in contrast to the introvert, who may exhibit neurotictendencies. SA further difference between the two involves the ability toremember: studies have tended to show that the extrovert learns fasterthan the introvert but, in the end, remembers less,
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