An investigation of two self-report measures of obsessional phenomena in obsessive-compulsive adolescents: research note.


A number of studies have recently demonstrated the clinical utility of objective self-report inventories in the assessment of obsessive-compulsive disorders in adults. To date, the usefulness of these instruments has not been demonstrated with obsessive-compulsive adolescents. In the present study the Leyton Obsessional Inventory and the Maudsley… (More)


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