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Passive-aggressive personality disorder.
A DSM-IV psychiatric disorder characterized by the indirect expression of resistance to occupational or social demands. It results in persistent pervasive ineffectiveness, lack of self-confidence, poor interpersonal relationships, and pessimism that can lead in severe cases to major depression, alcoholism, or drug dependence. The behavior often reflects an unexpressed hostility or resentment stemming from a frustrating interpersonal or institutional relationship on which an individual is overdependent. Treatment may consist of behavior therapy or any of the various psychotherapeutic procedures, depending on the individual and the severity of the condition.Source Citation (MLA 7th Edition)"Passive-aggressive personality disorder." Mosby's Medical, Nursing, & Allied Health Dictionary. Elsevier Inc. (Mosby), 2001. Health Reference Center Academic. Web. 5 Dec. 2013.Document URL
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