Can a Theory of Mind Disruption Help Explain OCD Related Metacognitive Disturbances?
This study investigated whether individual differences in obsessive-compulsive symptoms and in thought-action fusion are related to theory of mind abilities. One hundred and ninety-two adult participants completed self-reports of obsessive-compulsive symptoms (OCI-R), thought-action fusion (TAF), private self-consciousness (PSC and self-reflectiveness (SR) as mentalising abilities, and anxiety and depression. A nonintrospective method examining participants' implicit structure of their lexicon...[Show more]
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