schizothymia

/ (ˌskɪtsəʊˈθaɪmɪə) /


noun
  1. psychiatry the condition of being schizoid or introverted. It encompasses elements of schizophrenia but does not involve the same depth of psychological disturbance

Origin of schizothymia

1
C20: New Latin, from schizo- + -thymia, from Greek thumos spirit

Derived forms of schizothymia

  • schizothymic, adjective

Words Nearby schizothymia

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