introvert

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introvert

[′in·trə‚vərt]
(psychology)
An individual whose interests are self-directed, and not directed toward the outside world.
(zoology)
A structure capable of introversion.
To turn inward.
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1979) study which found a significant introversive style among elite cyclists involved a small team of highly competitive and successful cyclists.
The MAPI personality scales are: Introversive (Schizoid), Inhibited (Avoidant), Cooperative (Dependent), Sociable (Histrionic), Confident (Narcissistic), Forceful (Antisocial), Respectful (Compulsive), and Sensitive (Passive-Aggressive).
The MAPI yields scores on eight personality variables: introversive, inhibited, sociable, confident, forceful, respectful, and sensitive.