bipolar trait

bipolar trait

A personality trait that represents extreme opposites of expression—e.g., dominance–submission, extroversion–introversion, passive–aggression.

bipolar trait

A personality trait that represents extreme opposites of expression–eg, dominance-submission, extroversion-introversion, passive-aggression. See Bipolar disorder.
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extraversion-introversion) displayed no discernable preference on that bipolar trait and thus were excluded from subsequent analyses on that scale.
Akiskal and others have sometimes labeled this as bipolar three-and-a-half, whereby subthreshold bipolar traits become complicated by stimulant abuse.
Each of the eight stimulus names was evaluated using a series of 20 bipolar traits.