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Feng et al
Mice lacking the SAPAP3 gene had high levels of anxiety and pulled out their own fur due to excessive grooming
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Carey and Gottesman
First degree relative with OCD - 10% risk. 87% concordance for MZ twins
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Rapoport and Luise
OCD related to a problem with the basal ganglia as OCD is found in Tourette's and Parkinson's disease patients - originating in the basal ganglia
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Aylward et al
MRI scans of the basal ganglia of OCD patients and found inconsistent results - found no difference in brain structure between OCD and control patients
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Soomro et al
SSRIs found to be more effective than placebos for OCD
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Butler and Beck
14 meta-analysis of Beck's cognitive therapy and found that 80% of adults benefitted
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Clark
Found link between irrational thoughts and depression - supports Ellis' ABC model
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Keller et al
Recovery rate for OCD: drugs 55%. CBT 52%. Combined 85%
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Simons et al
CBT less successful for those with rigid thought processes or those whose depression arises from genuine reasons
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Rachman and Wilson
Systematic desensitisation more effective than drugs for certain phobias but less successful with others
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Wilson and Davison
Relaxation and hierarchy may not be necessary meaning SD could be abbreviated
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Stampfle
Flooding more effective than SD as works faster
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Marks
Flooding successful with agoraphobics
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