Introduction: No doubt, evolutionary psychologists are trying to enlighten personality and individual differences by way of
various theories. But, essentially and from an evolutionary point of view, a few studies exist regarding personality characters. In the
present assessment, relationship between obsessive-compulsive personality traits and achievement of people had been assessed.
Method and Material: Four hundreds relatives, who had been elected randomly, have been questioned by means of a self-reply
inquiry form as regards the existence of obsessive-compulsive personality traits, in their highest and lowest successful offspring.
Data were analyzed by z test for comparison of proportions.
Results: Except for ‘stubbornness’, all of traits were meaningfully more prevalent among the highest successful kids, in
comparison with the lowest successful children. “Perfectionism’ was the most prevalent character among successful group, tagged
along by ‘Rigidity regarding Morality and ethics’, ‘Orderliness and devoting to details’ and ‘Devoting to work and avoiding Leisure’.
‘Obligating others to submit his or her style of behavior’, ‘collecting objects and money’ and ‘parsimoniousness’, were the least
Conclusion: Obsessive-compulsive traits, at a sensible level, seem to be one of the main interactive dynamics that may help
people with regard to achievement of personal and social triumphs.