Introverted And Extroverted Personality Types

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The two personality types In trying to understand what makes a person behave, think, and react in a certain manner, psychologists teased out the science of a personality type. From their extensive research, they found various personality types in people. However, the two most essential personality types visibly in manifestation in human beings are extroverted and introverted personality types (Pappas, 2013). These personality types are the foundation of humans’ interactions with the physical and abstract environment. The first personality type is the extroverted personality type and can be described as a person who largely receives energy from the outward or externally. This personality type often depends on the physical senses to receive…show more content…
That is because the introverted personality type individuals receive their energy from inwardly or internally. These personality type individuals often prefer to rely on the information that they develop internally; therefore, they are deep thinkers (T) who enjoy the power of their intuition (N) before making any decision. The life orientation of the introverted personality type individual is planned; therefore, they are termed as making effective judgments (J). Undoubtedly, someone who is introverted prefers to turn inward toward their own thoughts and experiences, rather than to reach outward for experiences with other people (Myers & Briggs Foundation,…show more content…
Coffield, Moseley, Hall, & Ecclestone (2004) describe learning styles as the preferential way an individual receive and understand new information. There are several learning styles available to humans to improve their learning process. However, we intend to emphasize and describe three fundamental learning styles and they include the visual learning style, auditory learning style, and the interpersonal learning style. The visual learning style involves the use of maps, images, graphic, and picture organizers to process, access, and comprehend information. It is a style that enables an individual to understand new information irrespective of the volume or quantity of information involved. One fundamental benefit of a visual learning style is that the user can understand any information provided in the form of a picture, map, graphic, and image even without a written text on it. According to Garner (2012), visual learning encourages individuals to be curious and inquisitive because they have the capacity to hoard and assimilate volumes of information. Conversely, while a visual learning style improves the learning process through the use of images and pictures, it is, however, difficult for individual accustom to visual learning style to learn texts information without visual images.
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