ambivert

ambivert

[am-bi-vurt]
noun Psychology.
one whose personality type is intermediate between extrovert and introvert.

Origin:
1925–30; ambi- + -vert, as in extrovert, introvert

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ambivert (ˈæmbɪˌvɜːt)
 
n
psychol a person who is intermediate between an extrovert and an introvert
 
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ambivert
"person exhibiting features of an extrovert and an introvert," coined by Kimball Young in "Source Book for Social Psychology" (1927), from ambi- "about, around" + L. vertere, as in introvert.
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