cerebrotonic

cerebrotonic

(ˌsɛrɪbrəʊˈtɒnɪk) psychol
adj
relating to or resembling a personality type characterized by shyness, introspection, and emotional restraint, and often associated with an ectomorphic physique
n
a person with a personality characterized by shyness, introspection, and emotional restraint
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Cerebrotonic (13) Cato may Extol the Ancient Disciplines, But the muscle-bound Marines Mutiny for food and pay.
I think of all that didn't happen: the poems, books, and bucks, freedom from the tyranny of dull offices, projects, and bosses, and whole weeks in cerebrotonic thought of the Ideal.
Associated with each component of body type was a characteristic personality, which Sheldon named, respectively, "viscerotonic" "somatotonic" and "cerebrotonic." These words are scattered through Huxley's books, and must be very baffling to readers now, when Sheldon's theories have sunk into academic oblivion.