In psychology, "schism" refers to a significant division, conflict, or rift within an individual's psyche or between different aspects of their personality. It represents a state of inner discord or fragmentation, where conflicting thoughts, emotions, or beliefs create a sense of disunity and psychological distress. Schism can manifest in various forms, leading to inner turmoil and challenging interpersonal relationships. In this article, we will explore the concept of schism in psychology, provide examples, discuss potential risks and application areas, offer recommendations for addressing and healing schism, and briefly touch upon historical and legal perspectives. Finally, we will list some similar psychological concepts.
Schizoid personality disorder refers to a syndrome marked by a chronic lack of interest in and avoidance of interpersonal relationships as well as emotional coldness in interactions with others; a Cluster A personality disorder characterized by social withdrawal and/or odd or strange mannerisms; symptoms include magical thinking, ideas of reference, illusions, and derealization.
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