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Indeed, "because obsessive intrusions can be distracting, [these] frequently result in inefficient performance of cognitive tasks that require concentration such as reading or computation" (DSM-IV-TR, 2000, p.
Once detached from other cultural activities either by the market or in defense against or exploitation of that market, artmaking shifts from the obsessive to the obsessive-compulsive.
Psychiatric disorders in first degree relatives of children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder.
Conclusion: Around one-third participants had obsessive compulsive symptoms.
Tools: The participants were administered Padua Inventory of Obsessive Compulsion Disorder Symptoms15 and Perceived Stress Scale.
So, it might make it more likely that you're going to have a hard time dismissing intrusive thoughts characteristic of obsessions, and it might make it more difficult for you to refrain from compulsive behaviors that are designed to reduce the anxiety caused by obsessive thoughts," she added.
Evidence for linkage disequilibrium between serotonin transporter protein gene (SLC6A4) and obsessive compulsive disorder.
50) Most common personality disorders were obsessive compulsive personality disorder (46%) and avoidant (31%).
Klein considered obsessive neurosis as rooted in the psychotic anxieties of the paranoid-schizoid position.
Quality of life in patients with obsessive compulsive disorder: A longitudinal study from India.
Our results suggest that there is a relation between childhood traumas and obsessive-compulsive symptoms, or that dissociative symptoms are more associated with anxiety than obsessive symptoms, which prevents the increase of obsessive-compulsive symptoms.
Obsessive passion: a dependency associated with injury-related risky behaviour in dancers.