Reconciling discrete psychological typology with a psychobiological continuum

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):529-530 (1999)
Structure entails arrangements and interrelations of parts that organize the whole (i.e., personality). It involves stability of traits over time. Extraversion varies along a continuum towards introversion. Multiple behavioral and biological variables in several systems vary and are regulated homeostatically within the normal range. If there is a fixed point for an individual, what inhibits variation in the biological parameter?
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