Orderliness

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Orderliness is associated with other qualities such as cleanliness and diligence, and the desire for order and symmetry.

In psychology, an excessive desire for orderliness can be associated with obsessive–compulsive disorder and the term anal retentive, (or simply anal)—from Freudian psychoanalysis—is used conversationally to describe a person with such attention to orderliness and detail that it becomes close to a mental disorder. On the other side, excessive disorderliness may be associated with a tendency to hoard, to collect objects compulsively (compulsive hoarding).

Professional organizing services support individuals and organizations find ways to achieve and maintain ways to be organized, including decluttering and maintaining an orderly environment. The tendency of professional organization can lead to more professional success.[1]

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  1. ^ Cao, Yi; Gao, Jian; Lian, Defu; Rong, Zhihai; Shi, Jiatu; Wang, Qing; Wu, Yifan; Yao, Huaxiu; Zhou, Tao (2018-09-19). "Orderliness predicts academic performance: behavioural analysis on campus lifestyle". Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 15 (146): 20180210. doi:10.1098/rsif.2018.0210. ISSN 1742-5689. PMC 6170765. PMID 30232241.