Previous studies have found that personality traits such as impulsivity or compulsiveness
are indicators of an increased risk of addiction.
Given the compulsiveness
of people like Gibney, he may have offended again.
11) Moll's sexual compulsiveness
as whore and mistress (multiple times over) affirms her emancipation as the object of masculine sexual aggression.
This scrutiny uncovered problems, some of which I enumerate here, but readers should credit my criticism partly to compulsiveness
Patients with mental field perturbations often suffer from depression, phobias, fears, compulsiveness
, chronic pain, and much more.
Expressing the compulsiveness
of his desire for Edith, the spontaneous attempt to undo his own cruelty also gestures at those pangs of remorse that supposedly afflicted Caracalla (62)--and it is likewise ineffectual to help anything.
Is the compulsiveness
with which TV involves and invokes sex just further evidence of our aching fear of intimacy?
I also look for signs of a neurotic trait called compulsiveness
, which in one form is indispensable to editors, and in another, disabling.
His scary, obsessive compulsiveness
extends to rotating Mary's (Brenda Jenkins) tires and sorting her mail alphabetically.
Furthermore, personality traits that are advantageous to competitive athletics (such as perfectionism, compulsiveness
, and high achievement expectations) are also commonly associated with eating disorders.
Binge drinking during college may be associated with mental health disorders such as compulsiveness
, depression, or anxiety, or early deviant behavior.
They also subsequently retain some compulsiveness