The Impact of Mood-State and Emotion Regulation on Negative Appraisal and Neutralising Motivations in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Cognitive appraisal models propose that obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) develops as a consequence of dysfunctional beliefs which give rise to distress-provoking, negative appraisals of intrusive thoughts (ITs), subsequently promoting compulsive neutralising behaviour. Increased awareness of the processes, conditions and contexts under which OCD-relevant beliefs and appraisals may operate differentially is important in moving forward our understanding of...[Show more]
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