Ambivalence is such an odd emotion, but it is the most common in Intps. They are torn between actually having emotions and staying detached, therefore causing confusion, or ambivalence. (this describes me so well)
"Myers Briggs broken down" . No source, sadly. And it's weird, because at the top we have not the functional groupings of the MBTI, but the Temperament groupings of the Keirsey system (which I prefer-but it's still a mistake).