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schizotypal personality

[ skit-suh-tahy-puhl ]
/ ˌskɪt səˈtaɪ pəl /
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noun
a personality disorder characterized by a group of symptoms similar to but less severe than schizophrenia, as odd behavior, peculiar thinking, and social isolation.
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Origin of schizotypal personality

First recorded in 1960–65; schizo(phrenia) + -type + -al1
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