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addictive tending to become easily addicted, as a personality. [1/2 definitions]
austere having a stern or solemn appearance or personality. [1/3 definitions]
buoyancy resilience or cheerfulness in spirit or personality. [1/2 definitions]
charm (sometimes pl.) any trait, such as manner, beauty, or personality, that gives this capability. [1/11 definitions]
congenial having a pleasing, sociable personality. [1/2 definitions]
ego in psychoanalytic theory, the personality component that mediates between the unconscious drives and external reality. [1/5 definitions]
foible a minor flaw or weakness in personality, character, or behavior. [1/2 definitions]
grace any aspect of one's bearing, personality, or talents that reveals beauty, harmony, or charm. [1/10 definitions]
graphology the study of handwriting, esp. as a means of providing insight into the writer's personality.
heart the root of one's personality, feelings, or emotions. [1/8 definitions]
integration the psychological organization of personality characteristics into a unified whole. [1/3 definitions]
internalize to make internal, esp. to hold in or to incorporate into one's personality, attitude, or system of beliefs.
liverish having or displaying a disagreeable, sour, or melancholy personality; irritable. [1/3 definitions]
loony (informal) one who has a loony personality or who exhibits loony behavior. [1/3 definitions]
Maria Montessori Italian-born U.S. psychiatrist and educator who founded an educational method for young children that emphasizes self-directed, independent learning and nurture of the whole personality (b.1870--d.1952).
outgrow to give up or lose (personality features, habits, or the like) as one matures or changes. [1/3 definitions]
overcompensate in psychology, to try to correct a personal fault or personality defect by exaggerated antithetical behavior. [1/3 definitions]
person one's distinctive personality; self. [1/4 definitions]
persona in psychology, the outer personality, fašade, or public identity an individual presents to others.
psychopathic personality a personality showing symptoms of or tending toward psychopathic behavior, such as amoral, antisocial, or aggressive behavior, inability to relate to other people, and the like.
psychosis serious mental disorder that affects all aspects of the personality and involves withdrawal from reality.