There is a lot more to compulsions than meets the eye

Compulsions are often the central complaint of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and yet we know surprisingly little about them. Christine Purdon reviews developments in understanding of compulsions and presents a descriptive model for the insidious cycle of compulsions.

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