The Connection between Disgust and Obsessions and Compulsions In a non-cinical Sample.
Mancini, F, Gragnani, A. & D’Olimpio, F. (2001). The Connection between Disgust and Obsessions and Compulsions In a non-cinical Sample. “Personality and Individual Differences”, 2001, 31 (7): 1171-1178 Abstract: Although obsessive-compulsive patients (OCD) frequently report thoughts and compulsions about dirt and contamination, there is scarce evidence for a relationship between disgust and OCD. This [...]Leggi tutto..
Obsessions and compulsions: normative data on the padua inventory from an italian non-clinical adolescent sample
Mancini, F; Gragnani, A; Orazi, F., & Pietrangeli, M.G. (1999). Obsessions and compulsions: normative data on the padua inventory from an italian non-clinical adolescent sample. “Behaviour Research and Therapy”, 1999, 37 (10): 919-925. Abstract: In the present study the structure of obsessive±compulsive phenomena in non-clinical adolescents was investigated by `The Padua Inventory’ (PI). The PI [...]Leggi tutto..
Obsession and Compulsions and Intolerance for Uncertainty in a non-clinical sample
Casa Editrice: Journal of Anxiety Disorder
Anno: 2002, vol. 16 (4), 401-412
Autore: F. Mancini; F. D’Olimpio; M. Del Genio; F. Didonna; E. Prunetti
Abstract: It has been hypothesized that decisionmaking difficulties in patients with obsessivecompulsive disorder may arise from intolerance for uncertainty. We investigated the relationship between obsessivity and intolerance for uncertainty (defined in terms of need for cognitive closure), controlling for state and trait anxiety and depression. We tested non-clinical subjects through the Need for Closure Scale (NFCS), the Padua Inventory Revised (PI-R), the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and the State Trait Anxiety Inventory (Form-Y; STAI-Y).Leggi tutto..