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Yazdan Movahhedi, Mojtaba Khodadadi, Reza Mohammadzadegan,
Volume 2, Issue 3 (10-2014)
Abstract

People with obsessive compulsive behaviors typically occur suffer. The present study compared cognitive functioning and theory of mind in people with symptoms of obsessive - compulsive disorder and their normal people. The study sample was male students in Tabriz University in the academic year 2013-14. The sample consisted of 35 individuals with symptoms of obsessive - compulsive disorder and 35 normal subjects. Tools used in this study were the Wisconsin Test, Wechsler Memory Test, Theory of Mind Inventory, Compulsive Inventory, Beck Depression Inventory and a structured clinical interview. Data were analyzed using multivariate analysis. Between two groups of variables Drjamandgy error, total error, orientation, mental control, digit span, visual memory, learning Tdayha and theory of mind, there was significant difference. However, Personal Information and Public variables and logical memory, there was no significant difference between groups. The results showed that people with symptoms of obsessive - compulsive disorder without symptoms of depression, there are shortcomings in cognitive functioning and theory of mind.



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