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Individual differences |
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- OCD - Incidence
- OCD - Prevalence
- OCD - Morbidity
- OCD - Mortality
- OCD - Racial distribution
- OCD - Age distribution
- OCD - Sex distribution
Demographic Features of OCD Edit
In regards to education, it was found that the lifetime prevalence of OCD is lower for those that have graduated high school as opposed to those who have not (1.9% versus 3.4%). However, in the case of college education, lifetime prevalence is higher for those who graduate with a degree (3.1%) than it is for those who have only some college background (2.4%). As far as age is concerned, the onset of OCD usually ranges from the late teenage years until the mid-twenties in both genders, but the age of onset tends to be slightly younger in males than in females (Antony, Downie, & Swinson, 1998).
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