Social Dynamics In Performance Psychology: Psychology Aspects And Introverts

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Introverts and Extroverts The topic that has interested me most during my Performance Psychology lessons has been the topic of Social Dynamics. There are two fundamental personalities that all humans inhabit. These two personalities either give you the title of being an Extrovert or an Introvert. According to Carl Jung (1921) The general-attitude types, are differentiated by their particular attitude to the object. The introvert's attitude to the object is an abstracting one; at bottom, he is always facing the problem of how libido can be withdrawn from the object, as though an attempted ascendancy on the part of the object had to be continually frustrated. The extravert, on the contrary, maintains a positive relation to the object. To…show more content…
You are very talkative, confident, and find that time spent with people is much more fun than time spent without people. However, if you are quiet when you are in big social group and find that you enjoy spending time alone more than you do with people, you are probably an introvert. You will usually take time to think about what to do in certain situations before you actually make an action, rather than being spontaneous and just doing…show more content…
This type of personality is basically someone who experiences both traits of extroverts and introverts. They enjoy social interaction and being in groups but also appreciate having time away from big crowds to be by themselves. I think that the middle ground of being an ambivert is something I plan to bring into my personality. Although I relish the solitary confinement of being in my bedroom for hours on end to hone my craft, I do eventually need some time to unwind with family and friends, and remind myself that I am still human. I don’t want people to feel uncomfortable around me just because I don’t spend a lot of time with people, because that can send me down the road of being a social outcast, which is not a healthy way to live life. If I keep on looking at how the personality of an ambivert can lead me to a happy social life, then I remain confident that it can bring me to a better way of thinking, a better way of performing and most of all, a better way of
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