obsessive


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Synonyms for obsessive

Synonyms for obsessive

a person who has obsessions

characterized by or constituting an obsession

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Efficacy of combination of fluoxetine and cognitive behavioral therapy and fluoxetine alone for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Second-generation antipsychotics for obsessive compulsive disorder.
Analysis of key recent licensing and partnership agreements in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Therapeutics market
The first regression analysis was performed to examine whether the interaction of locus of control with Obsessive compulsive disorder would predict total OC scores above and beyond the main effects of schema and locus of control.
In places such as the UAE, where many people live away from their families, having a support system is necessary to limit obsessive behaviour.
The serotonin hypothesis of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Long-term outcome of pediatric obsessive compulsive disorder: a meta-analysis and qualitative review of the literature.
As illustrated in Figure 1, considered predictors of MD comprise three exogenous variables, including Social Physique Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Features, and Trait Anxiety, and two endogenous variables, including Drive for Muscularity and Body Attitude.
3,7,11,19) We are not aware of any prior reports of an association between levetiracetam and obsessive symptoms, even though these are listed by the DSM-IV-TR of the American Psychiatric Association (1) as one of the anxiety disorders.
Zodiac" then is an obsessive, ambiguous movie about obsessives struggling with ambiguity.
If you struggle with violent or unpleasant thoughts which just keep coming back, you may have obsessive-compulsive disorder--and if so, OVERCOMING OBSESSIVE THOUGHTS can help get a handle on the problem.
But, I have observed, successful people are very often obsessive about the things that bring them success.
PEOPLE with obsessive compulsive disorder are plagued by recurring worries about situations they fear.
AMERICAN GREEN: The Obsessive Quest for the Perfect Lawn TED STEINBERG