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Carl Jung on introverts and extraverts

Carl Jung on introverts and extraverts

Carl Gustav Jung coined the terms introversion and extraversion in the 1920s. According to Jung:

  • An extravert wants intensive contact with the outside world.
  • An introvert turns the psychic energy inwards.

Yet no one is 100% extraert or introvert. Most people tend to one or the other side.However, iff both characteristics are equally present, they have an ambivert personality. 

 

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