Schizoid Personality Type

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Solitary

Definition:

Synonyms:

Analogous:


Character Strengths and Virtues

  1. Solitude, [silence, recollection].
  2. Independence, [non-attachment], self-containment, autonomous competence, creativity.
  3. Sangfroid, even-tempered, calmness, dispassion, imperturbability, detachment; observation, concentration, clarity of vision, being-informed, science.
  4. Stoicism, indifference, self-control, self-restraint, [altruism, self-sacrifice].
  5. Sexual composure, not passionately sexual.
  6. Feet on the ground, responsibility (Oldham, 275-86).

Traits or Behaviors

Likes

solitude, isolation, autonomy, detachment, being alone, mobility, independence, solitary pursuits, making decisions by oneself, carrying out solo activities, not getting involved, freedom of action, keeping one's distance, sexual pleasure, knowledge, competency, privacy, leisure

Dislikes

intimacy, being involved in a group, other people (because they are intrusive), closeness, close relationships, being encumbered by other people, being encumbered by employment, actions by others that represent encroachment, close encounters, having to share decision making, showing feelings, sexual experiences with others, social responsibilities,


Self

Emotions

Self-Control

Relationships

Parenting

Good/Bad Matches

Work

Management Style

Careers

Real World

Self-Improvement

Areas that may need improvement

  • Attention to others' emotions
  • One's own feelings
  • Expressing feelings
  • Endurance
  • Negotiations
  • Expressing oneself
  • Expressing appreciation
  • Personal responsibility




Noteworthy Examples

Isaac Asimov, Jacob Bronowski, Charles Darwin, Bobby Fischer, Sigmund Freud, Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, Alfred Hitchcock, Theodore Kaczynski, David Keirsey, Doris Lessing, Karl Marx, Claudio Naranjo, Isaac Newton, Cyntia Ozick, Ezra Pound, B. F. Skinner, James Watson, Simone Weil.

References

John M. Oldham and Lois B. Morris (1995). The New Personality Self-Portrait: Why You Think, Work, Love and Act the Way You Do. New York: Bantam.






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