The Brown Longitudinal Obsessive Compulsive Study: clinical features and symptoms of the sample at intake.

@article{Pinto2006TheBL,
  title={The Brown Longitudinal Obsessive Compulsive Study: clinical features and symptoms of the sample at intake.},
  author={Anthony Pinto and Maria C Mancebo and Jane L. Eisen and Maria Elizabeth Pagano and Steve A Rasmussen},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2006},
  volume={67 5},
  pages={
          703-11
        }
}
OBJECTIVE This article describes the method and intake findings of the Brown Longitudinal Obsessive Compulsive Study, the first comprehensive prospective investigation of the naturalistic course of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in a large clinical sample using longitudinal research methodology. METHOD Intake data, collected between June 2001 and October 2004, are presented for 293 adult participants in a prospective, naturalistic study of OCD. Participants had a primary diagnosis of DSM… CONTINUE READING
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