par-ataxic

parataxic

[par-uh-tak-sik]
adjective Psychology.
1.
of or characterized by emotional maladjustment.
2.
of or related to a lack of harmony between attitudes, ideas, etc., and other aspects of an individual's personality.

Origin:
1935–40; paratax(is) + -ic

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