THE ROLE OF SHAME, SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS, AND DISGUST IN BDD AND OCD
Bio Behavioral Institute is investingating a little known area of BDD and OCD! In the past 30 years, researchers have extensively studied the role of anxiety and depression in these disorders, but little is known about the variety of other emotions experienced by individuals with BDD and OCD. We are attempting to examine the role of lesser studied emotions, such as shame, disgust, and self-consciousness in hopes of better understanding these emotional experiences and improve our treatment techniques.
Please help us by participating in this current investigation. If you are an adult, age 18 and over and suffer from BDD or OCD, click here to take our anonymous and voluntary survey.
Records of this study will be kept confidential and you will not be identified in any written or verbal reports. Your records may only be inspected by the researchers and by the human research committee at the Bio-Behavioral Institute.