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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.
psychosocial of, pertaining to, affected by, or involving the interaction between the individual personality and its social environment.
schizoid pertaining to or having a personality disorder marked by passiveness, withdrawal, and indifference to social relationships. [1/3 definitions]
self one's own being, personality, and nature. [1/3 definitions]
self-assertion the confident or aggressive expression of one's own desires, opinions, or personality.
self-aware having or showing knowledge of one's own personality, character, motives, and feelings.
self-awareness conscious knowledge of one's own personality, character, motives, and feelings.
self-expression the articulation of one's emotions, thoughts, or personality with language, art, or other means of expression.
trait a distinguishing feature or characteristic, as of one's appearance, ability, personality, or nature.
trinity (cap.) in Christianity, the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, considered as the threefold personality of God. [1/2 definitions]
Type A of, pertaining to, or designating a personality or a person characterized by impatience, aggression, and tenseness, and thus considered to be relatively prone to heart disease. (Cf. Type B.)
Type B of, pertaining to, or designating a personality or a person characterized by serenity, relaxation, and contentment, and thus considered to be relatively unlikely to incur heart disease. (Cf. Type A.)
typecast to place (an actor) in a role that appears to suit his or her personality, appearance, or reputation. [1/2 definitions]