extroversion (usually uncountable, plural extroversions)
- (psychology) Concern with or an orientation toward others or what is outside oneself; behavior expressing such an orientation; the definitive characteristic of an extrovert.
- 1999, Ben Brantley, "‘The Dead’: a Musical That Dares to be Quiet," New York Times, 29 Oct.:
- In a genre characterized by brassy extroversion, The Dead is a quiet revolutionary: a musical that dares to be diffident.
- The condition of being extrorse, or turned wrong side out.
- extroversion of the bladder
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Dunglison to this entry?)
- (concern with or an orientation toward others): sociability
- (concern with or an orientation toward others): introversion
concern with or an orientation toward others