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Aspectos neuropsicolÓgicos del trastorno obsesivocompulsivo

  title={Aspectos neuropsicol{\'O}gicos del trastorno obsesivocompulsivo},
  author={S. Andres-Perpina and L. Lazaro-Garcia and G. Canalda-Salhi and T. Boget-Llucia},
  journal={Revista De Neurologia},
Introduction and objective. Neuropsychological performance in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and its association with disfunctions in neuroanatomicstructures and clinical symptoms ofdisorder has been reviewed. Development OCD symptoms and different aspects between children and adult psychopatology are presented. Briefly neurobiologic studies related with the etiology and patophisiology of OCD has been revised. This article summarizes some last studies about OCD cognitive functioning and… 
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