Abstract

The prevalence rate for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is between 0.8% to 2%. Many of these individuals experience scrupulosity or religious obsessive-compulsive disorder. Although scrupulosity is a salient theme for those who suffer from OCD, there is limited amount of research on scrupulosity across cultures. Research is particularly limited in relation to individuals from Latin American countries, including Mexico. In response to this limitation, the purpose of this study is to determine if there is a significant difference in symptoms of scrupulosity in non-referred samples of college students from the U.S. and Mexico. Results indicated that scrupulosity is a valid and reliable construct in the Mexican sample, not different in structure or intensity relative to an American sample.

Thesis Completion

2019

Semester

Summer

Thesis Chair

Fisak, Brian

Co-Chair

Viau, Jeanine

Degree

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

College

College of Sciences

Department

Psychology

Degree Program

Psychology

Language

English

Access Status

Campus Access

Length of Campus-only Access

1 year

Release Date

8-1-2020

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