Extrovert, Ambivert, and Introvert 

It is considered a spectrum of personality traits rather than personality types. It is very rare to find people who are purely introverted or extroverted. The most psychologically stable person is the ambivert who shows extraversion and introversion by adjusting to the situation (Domina Petric, 2019).

Extrovert

Tend to take energy from outside himself. Tend to enjoy human interactions and be enthusiastic, talkative, assertive, and gregarious.

(+) extroverts are able to work in teams, present themselves well in public places, and are able to socialize flexibly.

Weak spots: less comfortable working alone, less able to reflect well, absorb too much other people’s thoughts so that when alone it will be very torturous for them. 

 

Ambivert

Quite comfortable with groups and social interactions, but also enjoys time alone, away from the crowd. Ambivert is a person whose behavior changes according to the situation they are in.

Ambivert people will be able to adapt in all situations (able to socialize and able to survive in social isolation) and are stable in nature.

 

Introvert.

People whose energy tends to develop through self-reflection and this energy will shrink when an interaction occurs.

(+) Introverts tend to be independent, able to reflect well and are not always characterized by a quiet nature.

Weak spot: takes time to get used to working in groups and less flexible in socializing.