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OCD quiz

Updated Tuesday 7th August 2012

Test your knowledge of OCD with this interactive quiz. Can you separate fact from fiction? 

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  • Now you've taken the quiz, learn more about obsessive compulsive orders with this academic article 
  • Find out more about Growing Children, a documentary series which looks at how conditions like OCD affect how children learn and grow 

This quiz is designed to work on recent browsers; if you're using an older version of Internet Explorer you can still answer the questions but you won't see a total score at the end.

 

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