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Escaping, forgetting and revisiting the scene: The post-traumatic compulsion to repeat in obsessive-compulsive disorder


There are levels at which our cognitive structures are not so well developed and especially when we rely on auxiliary figures (usually parents) to help us deal with what is taking place in and around us. It proposes that the sense that is made or not made of these events within the environment contributes to the development of dramatic versions of their meaning.

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