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DATE

2014-03-03

AUTHORS

Catherine K. Kraper , Timothy W. Soto , Alice S. Carter

ABSTRACT

In this chapter, we describe developmental and clinical characteristics of obsessive and compulsive behaviors, highlighting both pathological and non-pathological expressions in childhood and adolescence. To provide context, we define and discuss obsessional thoughts and compulsions, ritualistic behaviors, and obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD). Next, to present a more comprehensive picture of the clinical presentation of OCD, we briefly review empirical and theoretical literature that addresses clinical characteristics and phenomenology, epidemiological studies, neurobiology, and issues of comorbidity. However, our primary focus is to propose a developmental, family-based model of OCD that may begin as early as in the preschool years with emergence of early compulsive and ritualistic behaviors and to suggest pathways to both normative and maladaptive obsessional and compulsive outcomes. This model addresses the contribution of familial attitudes and behaviors towards the development, strengthening, and maintenance of OCD symptoms, as well as the impact of symptoms and behaviors of OCD on family relationships. In light of the emerging research on family accommodation and the impact of OCD on family life, current family-based treatment practices will also be reviewed. More... »

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561-579

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Handbook of Developmental Psychopathology

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978-1-4614-9607-6
978-1-4614-9608-3

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