"You can always tell from the ESPs in the crowd exactly what society currently regards as admirable, stylish, fascinating, outrageous, or exciting. These types will have so adapted themselves to generalized assumptions
that they physically embody them.
Many ESPs seem to be striving for this -- for the highest pitch of concrete actualization. They become the experiential standard by which others' image and attitude are measured.
[..]Some ESPs have a movie star quality - a self-assurance, a charisma, an appetite for life - that others enjoy and find infectious. Magnetic, clever, full of energy and enthusiasm, they make a room come alive, thrive on attention, and are attentive in return.[..]
If they aren't getting enough feedback, they'll push for it, teasing people or goading them into some form of physical display - if only a disconcerted laugh. Unless they see a raised eyebrow, hear the quick intake of breath, or feel the touch of someone's hand on their arm, they lose touch with the situation and don't know how to proceed...