Is obsessive-compulsive disorder a pathology of the human disposition to perform socially meaningful rituals? Evidence of similar content
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease • Vol/Iss. 185 • Published In • Pages: 211-222 •
By Fiske, Alan Page, Haslam, Nick
"OCD features differentiate rituals from control activities better than features of other psychopathologies" (215).
Results were also broken down by region and found to significantly support predictions.
|Analysis of variance||Supported||p<.001||UNKNOWN||UNKNOWN|
|Variable Name||Variable Type||OCM Term(s)|
|Activity Type (ritual, Work, Other)||Association||Labor And Leisure, Ritual|
|Feature Type (ocd Vs. Non-ocd)||Association||NONE|