schizothymia(redirected from schizothymic)
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(Psychiatry) psychiatry the condition of being schizoid or introverted. It encompasses elements of schizophrenia but does not involve the same depth of psychological disturbance
[C20: New Latin, from schizo- + -thymia, from Greek thumos spirit]
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a mild form of schizophrenia, characterized by withdrawal, inversion, etc. — schizothyme, n. — schizothymic, adj.See also: Psychology
a mild form of schizophrenia, characterized by withdrawal, inversion, etc. — schizothyme, n. — schizothymic, adj.See also: Insanity
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|Noun||1.||schizothymia - resembling schizophrenia but remaining within the bounds of normality|
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