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Schizotypal personality disorder

Some people believe that schizotypal personality disorder represents a milder form of the much more serious schizophrenia. This particular personality disorder is most often characterized by a want for social isolation, odd forms of thinking and perception, the belief that they have extra sensory abilities, and over-elaborate speech patterns that are difficult to follow.

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