The incongruence model of OCD symptomatology : the relevance of superstitiousness and stress reactions from an evolutionary perspective
An array of theoretical formulations has long been advanced in the literature in bids to elucidate obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), a disabling mental condition that has profound adverse consequences on the personal, familial, and societal fronts. However, while many of these theories have been successful in explicating, to varying degrees, the processes underlying the maintenance of OCD symptoms, none has yet been capable of presenting a persuasive and empirically-validated account of why...[Show more]
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