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Jonathan S. Abramowitz

and Brittain Mahaffey

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date: 24 February 2021

In her commentary on our case description of Cassie, Dr. Beidel very thoughtfully raises a number of important points regarding the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). And we agree with all of them. Dr. Beidel, however, raises two issues in particular that we wish to comment on further: (a) the origins of obsessional fears, and (b) the use of distraction in exposure therapy....

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