ambivert


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am·bi·vert

(am'bi-vert),
One who falls between the two extremes of introversion and extroversion, possessing some tendencies of each.

am·bi·vert

(am'bi-vĕrt)
Person with characteristics of both extrovert and introvert qualities.
[ambi + L. verto, to turn]

ambivert

(am′bi-vĕrt″) [ ambi- + (extro)version or (intro)version]
A person whose personality type shows tendencies of both introversion and extroversion.
ambiversion (am″bi-vĕr′zhŏn)
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Psychiatric morbidity is found in 28.5% of patients with psychotic traits, 33.3% of ambivert traits, and 52.89% of high neurotic traits.
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:
Hypothesis 3: Individuals who are extroverts will benefit more from cognitive activation caused by auditory distraction than will individuals who are either introverts or ambiverts.
Extraverts, introverts, and ambiverts. As described above, we used confidence intervals to divide the participants into three groups.
In Figure 1, the bar graph shows that introverts, ambiverts, and extroverts all improved their d2-Test of Attention performance in the experimental condition, but to different degrees.
Scores on IQ tests for introverts, ambiverts and extraverts IQ test Introverts Ambiverts Extraverts VIQ 110 117 111 PIQ 108 119 113 FSIQ 109 120 112 APM 25 27 25 Robinson's hypothesis
Robinson has hypothesized that an inverted U function exists between IQ and extraversion so that an IQ advantage exists for ambiverts compared to either introverts or extraverts.
The most striking result was the significant IQ advantage demonstrated by ambiverts over extraverts and introverts.
Ambiverts are better able to balance the activities of provocation, inspection, listening and responding.
Your key takeaways are that 1) there are more ambiverts among us (and probably within your company) than there are extroverts or introverts, so 2) most of the people in your company are actually quite well suited to sales, marketing and a range of persuasive activities.
Majority of the people fall in the middle of the continuum and are known as 'ambiverts', as discussed above.