Extra Credit Alternative (OCD)

Extra Credit Alternative (OCD) - Ryan Wisneski April 1,...

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Ryan Wisneski April 1, 2008 Psy2012-04 Extra Credit Alternative Obsessive-compulsive disorder spotlighted In this article written in The Herald-Sun in Durham, North Carolina, the author talks about the health problem known as obsessive-compulsive disorder or better recognized as OCD. The main point in this article is to inform the reader of the new study that is being conducted by two professors at the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) that targets twenty couples that have one partner suffering from OCD. The study is meant to provide new treatment to help with the disorder. The topic in this article is about a commonly known disorder that is also specifically mentioned in chapter sixteen that is entitled Psychological Disorders. In the chapter there is an objective that is ironically titled Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder that gives the reader a look at the symptoms of OCD and a brief description of the disorder. OCD is when obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors take over a normal person and although they realize what they are
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