Mark’s dominant attitude in this case study is an extroverted attitude according to Jungian theory

Mark’s dominant attitude in this case study is an extroverted attitude according to Jungian theory. The evidence that proves Mark’s an extrovert is seen in his desire to participate in extreme levels of stimulations and cases where he gets adrenaline rushes. “Even as a child, Mark was always seeking out high levels of stimulation” (Jungian Case Study Page 1). He always has to be in a lively environment rather than a boring quiet environment. Even Mark’s friends commented that he is an outgoing person and always happy which are definitely characteristics extroverted people have. “He loves life and lives it to its fullest” (Jungian Case Study Page 1). Extroverted people are loud and always want to be talking with others or engaging with groups of people which Mark does a lot especially as a kid when he made musical instruments with sticks or currently when he teaches little kids about fire safety. All of these characteristics Mark has are evidence that show his dominant attitude is toward the extroverted side.