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Metacognitive Model of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Pınar Yörük, Ahmet Tosun.

Abstract
In this article the metacognitive model which is one of the approaches in explaining the obsessive compulsive disorder is reviewed. A key feature of the metacognitive model is that irrespective of the content of both intrusions and beliefs about the self or the world, obsessive compulsive symptoms are caused by a small set of specific metacognitions concerning the power and significance of thoughts and how to react to them. Studies support the role of metacognitive beliefs and processes in predicting obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms and emphasize the importance of metacognitive beliefs and processes in formulating obsessive compulsive problems.

Key words: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, metacognitive model,


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