Obsessive-compulsive disorder and information processing.

01 October 2013 → 30 September 2017
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Clinical and counseling psychology
    • Other psychology and cognitive sciences
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Psychiatry and psychotherapy
    • Psychiatry and psychotherapy
    • Nursing
    • Other paramedical sciences
    • Psychiatry and psychotherapy
contextual information-processing working memory valence-specific combination of information-processing biases selective attention obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) response inhibition
Project description

In this project I will investigate whether a combination of (interacting) information-processing factors leads to a better prediction of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) symptoms than any processing bias alone. Furthermore, I will examine whether valence-specific information-processing biases will have a larger influence on OCD symptoms than general biases. Finally, I will consider contextual information-processing biases and its relationship with stable impairments.