Research Paper On Ocd
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Diagnosed Disorder: OCD
11 pages in length. Being compelled by the urge to display abnormal behavior is frustrating and embarrassing reality for people who suffer with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The perceived weakness to overcome the persistent desire to repeat behaviors one knows do not need repeating inevitably breaks down one's self-esteem and compromises the overall mental health status. Checking the light switch is turned off even though the light bulb is not illuminated, locking/unlocking doors several times, washing hands dozens of times a day or making sure the coffee pot is unplugged even though one remembers unplugging it are just some of the behaviors people with OCD feel compelled to do despite their logical thought processes telling them otherwise. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Children, Adolescents and OCD
This research paper investigates the subject of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children and adolescents and includes the examination of 2 studies that present interventions pertaining to the disorder. The paper concludes with the writer selecting one of the interventions presented and arguing that it is preferable. Fifteen pages in length, nine sources are cited.
Aspects of Body Dysmorphic Disorder
In a paper consisting of twenty five pages body dysmorphic disorder is considered in terms of its various aspects, how it differs from eating disorders and OCD, and what therapeutic options are available at the present time. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.