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The GFP may be understood to be a dimension between two extreme poles: extraversion and introversion.
Extraversion and introversion are perhaps the most widely studied of all the traits.
British actor Pigott-Smith's crisp, authoritative reading of this compressed introduction to the influential psychologist, written by an authority on Jungian, extraversion and introversion, individuation, persona, shadow, self, dreams, psychological typology, and symbolism.