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Development of Indigenous Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Symptom Checklist
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The objective of the current study was to develop an indigenous scale for the assessment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Pakistan. The research was conducted in different phases which aimed to generate symptoms, examine factor structure, and establish the reliability of the scale. Item-generation was based on symptoms elicited through interviews of clinical psychologists and patients diagnosed with OCD.
In the second phase, inter-rater reliability for the relevance and readability of symptoms was estimated. The third phase examined psychometric _ properties including factor structure and reliability of the scale. It was administered to two hundred patients diagnosed with OCD. Two separate sets of Principal Component Analyses (PCA) using varimax rotation resulted in 5 categories of symptoms for obsessive and compulsive symptoms each. The internal consistency of the subscales was satisfactory. The construction and development of scale have important implications from clinical as well as research points of view.
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- Shaista Jabeen ([email protected])
- Rukhsana Kausar
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