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A couple of months ago I was at a party while visiting Napa Valley for XChange, speaking to a person I know about what her hobbies were - she said looking at people and putting them into categories out of... [Read More]

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It's a hard distinction to make, yet an important one. I did play with the concept a little in the post, so I might have muddled the issue.

Ooops I see you said that already.

I can never get a definitive answer to this, but I've been told that the E is in fact extravert not extrovert - and relates to one drawing opinions/beliefs/ideas from other people as opposed to one being the life and soul of the party. That may just be splitting hairs but it would be interesting to nail it down once and for all.

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