L9 - anxiety disorders.part 2 - Today's overview Finish OCD...

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Today’s overview Finish OCD Practice at diagnosing! Theories and treatments for anxiety disorders
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Description Obsessions Compulsions
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Common obsessions obsessions and compulsions compulsions 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Contam. Harm Order Check Clean Repeat Percent Source: Foa & Kozak (1995)
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Nonclinical obsessions Harming Impulse to jump out of high window Ideas of jumping in front of a car Impulse to push someone in front of a train Thoughts of dropping a baby Contamination or disease Catching a disease from public pools or places Thoughts of catching disease from toilet seat Idea that dirt is always on my hand
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Nonclinical obsessions Inappropriate behavior Idea of swearing or yelling at boss Thought of blurting out something at church Thought of “unnatural” sexual act Doubts about safety, memory, etc.
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