compulsive personality disorder

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compulsive personality disorder

[kəm¦pəl·siv ‚pər·sə′nal·əd·ē dis‚ȯr·dər]
(psychology)
A personality disorder characterized by a preoccupation with rules, order, organization, efficiency, and detail.
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