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Synonyms for introvertive

directed inward

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Extrovertive and Interpretation, but not the Introvertive factors tend to predict religious and psychological adjustment in Iranian Muslims (e.
Second, both religious reflection measures should predict higher levels of psychological and religious openness as made evident in positive correlations with Openness to Experience, Need for Cognition, and Integrative Self-Knowledge and with the Extrovertive and Interpretation, but not necessarily with the Introvertive mysticism factors.
Removal of two items from the Introvertive and four items from the Extrovertive factors maximized their internal reliabilities.
Hypothesis 1, on the prediction of proneness to anomalous experiences by schizotypal tendencies, is supported by the significant positive correlations between PAE and all facets of schizotypy except Introvertive Anhedonia (Table 1).
McCreery and Claridge (2002) found that out-of-body experients had higher scores than nonexperients on the aberrant perceptions and beliefs factor of the Combined Schizotypal Traits Questionnaire, but did not differ significantly on the introvertive anhedonia, asocial schizotypy, or cognitive disorganization factors.
A cluster analysis based on subscales of the O-LIFE Cognitive Disorganization scale yielded three clusters: one with high scores on the Cognitive Disorganization and Introvertive Anhedonia subscales (CD/IA), another with high scores on the Unusual Experiences scale (UE), and a third with low scores on all three scales (LS; Goulding, 2004).
In subjects with low scores on the O-LIFE Cognitive Disorganization scale, high scores on the Unusual Experiences scale were associated with more positive or pleasant subjective evaluations of paranormal experiences, whereas among subjects with high levels of cognitive disorganization, higher levels of introvertive anhedonia were significantly associated with more negative subjective evaluations of paranormal experiences (Schofield & Claridge, 2007).
hallucinations and delusions) ; cognitive failures (thought blocking and attentional difficulties) together with social anxiety; and introvertive anhedonia (inability to experience pleasure and social withdrawal; Goulding, 2004).
hallucinations, delusions, and thought disorder), together with cognitive disorganisation, introvertive anhedonia, and impulsive nonconformity.
Apparent encounters with a transcendent reality can range from mild to extreme, and from introvertive (the object of the experience being beyond time, space, and form) to extravertive (the encounter does not cancel out the perception of ordinary objects but rather suffuses them).