Examples of ambiversion
Psychologists and behavioral scientists are looking more closely at ambiversion—a personality type that can adapt to social or solitary environments.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )
Much has been written about the comparative advantages of personality styles—most typically, extroversion versus introversion (and more recently, ambiversion).
(Forbes - Technology, )
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