(F) Expressively Impassive (e.g., appears to be in an inert emotional
state, lifeless, undemonstrative, lacking in energy and vitality; is unmoved, boring,
unanimated, robotic, phlegmatic, displaying deficits in activation, motoric
expressiveness, and spontaneity).
(F) Interpersonally Unengaged (e.g., seems indifferent and remote,
rarely responsive to the actions or feelings of others, chooses solitary activities,
possesses minimal "human" interests; fades into the background, is aloof or
unobtrusive, neither desires nor enjoys close relationships, prefers a peripheral role in
social, work and family settings).
Cognitive Style (e.g., seems deficient across broad
spheres of human knowledge and evidences vague and obscure thought processes, particularly
about social matters; communication with others is often unfocused, loses its purpose or
intention, or is conveyed via a loose or circuitous logic).
Self-Image (e.g., reveals minimal introspection and
awareness of self; seems impervious to the emotional and personal implications of everyday
social life, appearing indifferent to the praise or criticism of others).
Object Relations (e.g., internalized representations are few in
number and minimally articulated, largely devoid of the manifold percepts and memories of
relationships with others, possessing little of the dynamic interplay among drives and
conflicts that typify well-adjusted persons).
Regulatory Mechanism (e.g., describes interpersonal and
affective experiences in a matter-of-fact, abstract, impersonal or mechanical manner; pays
primary attention to formal and objective aspects of social and emotional events).
Morphological Organization (e.g., given an inner barrenness, a
feeble drive to fulfill needs, and minimal pressures either to defend against or resolve
internal conflicts or cope with external demands, internal morphologic structures may best
be characterized by their limited framework and sterile pattern).
Mood-Temperament (e.g., is emotionally unexcitable, exhibiting an
intrinsic unfeeling, cold and stark quality; reports weak affectionate or
erotic needs, rarely displaying warm or intense feelings, and apparently
unable to experience most affects - pleasure, sadness, or anger - in any