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Antonyms for ambiversion

(psychology) a balanced disposition intermediate between extroversion and introversion

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If you fall somewhere in between, you're probably an ambivert.
In relation to personality profile and psychiatric morbidity the extraversion group, ambiverts showed more psychiatric morbidity (75%).
Ambiverts, on the other hand, seem to strike a balance between the two personality traits:
KEY WORDS: introverts, teamwork, public speaking, shyness, extraverts, ambiverts, misfit, missconceptions, psychology, daring, public speech, silence, mental patterns
The 25% of the group with the highest score for extraversion on a test of personality traits formed the extrovert group, the 25% with the lowest score for extraversion became the introvert group, and we labeled as ambiverts (people who have introvert and extrovert traits, but in balance) the 50% in between, who had neither very high nor very low scores for extraversion.
At this point, we reflect on Super's (1993) admonition that counselors should be ambiverts "who turn either way or to any point on the compass and meet client needs" (p.
Robinson's theory offers a clear hypothesis to test; ambiverts (intermediate resting arousal levels) will record significantly better IQs.
According to my theory, which has now received considerable experimental support,(13) extraverts have a cortex characterized by a low level of arousal, introverts have a cortex characterized by a high level of arousal, with ambiverts having a normal level.
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