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Completists, why can’t you just leave something unfinished?

Are you someone who listens to podcast at super high speed so you can get through them?

Are you someone who must finish reading a book, regardless of whether you enjoy it or not?

Are you someone who goes to great lengths to hunt down that hard-to-find 7-inch vinyl to complete that record collection of your favorite band.

If you answer yes to all of the above, you are a completist.

What is the psychology behind the completist personality? And what is behind this unshakable urge to see something through to its bitter end?

If you are a completist, call us at 866.893.5722 and let us know.  

Guest:

Barbara Van Noppen, associate professor of clinical psychiatry and the behavioral sciences at USC