Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a recognized psychological disorder typic

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a recognized psychological disorder typically characterized by:Obsessions (intrusive thoughts, impulses, images)Examples: contamination, doubts, need for order, inappropriate impulses, etc.
Compulsions (repetitive behaviors in response to obsessions)Examples: hand washing, checking, ordering things, counting, etc.
An example would be an individual who has an unrealistic fear of germs (the obsession) spending an inordinate amount of time repeatedly washing their hands (the compulsion).This extra credit exercise (which consists of one question) asks you to match the statements regarding the cause of OCD with each of the modern perspectives in psychology that we discussed in our first class meeting. This exercise is worth 3 extra credit points. Partial credit will be applied.
Requirements: Whatever

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