Eating disorders are largely comorbid with OCD;  with some studies showing that OCD symptoms are nearly as severe among people with AN as among a classic OCD sample, and that this remains so even after discounting food- and weight-related obsessions and compulsions. The symptoms of both people with anorexia nervosa  and bulimics,  however, tend to be more restricted to symmetry and orderliness concerns. Among people with anorexia specifically, this trait is manifested in their capacity to repress a key natural urge, that of satisfying hunger, in order to be 'rewarded' with weight loss. Delayed gratification was found to be pronounced among those with OCPD but not those with OCD only or the control samples, who had similar performances to one another. Lilenfeld et al.
A Comparison of Passive Aggressive and Negativistic Personality Disorders
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Moodiness also showed the strongest correlations to negative affectivity, anxious attachment, and generalized interpersonal problems. This pattern is consistent with the hypothesis that the broadening of the passive aggressive construct to include negativistic symptoms worsened discriminant validity by saturating PAPD with criteria involving a general tendency to experience distress and dysfunction. As such, the best clues as to what is unique about passive aggressive personality may lie in the composition and correlates of the other three dimensions. Contempt and irresponsibility also showed consistent overlap with other PDs, although this overlap was of a lesser magnitude than that of moodiness, particularly for irresponsibility. Contempt was most strongly related to paranoid, schizotypal and narcissistic PDs.
Here's the text I removed: The so-called "anal" stage of infantile development denoted and named from discovering and playing with the infant's own feces is also characterized by learning that screaming and yelling causes a parental response. This learned cause and effect carried on later in life was named anal-retentive - or to stay in the retain anal developmental stage. Calling anal retentive anything to do with constipation is a modern misnomer.