Self Screening Test for OCD
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The old test questions are shown below as a reference, the test grading system is no longer available for this set of question.
Have you been bothered by unpleasant thoughts or images that repeatedly enter your mind, such as:
Concerns with contamination (dirt, germs, chemicals, radiation) or acquiring a serious illness such as AIDS?
Over concern with keeping objects (clothing, tools, etc) in perfect order or arranged exactly?
Images of death or other horrible events?
Personally unacceptable religious or sexual thoughts?
Have you worried a lot about terrible things happening, such as:
Fire, burglary or flooding of the house?
Accidentally hitting a pedestrian with your car or letting it roll down a hill?
Spreading an illness (giving someone AIDS)?
Losing something valuable?
Harm coming to a loved one because you weren't careful enough?
Have you worried about acting on an unwanted and senseless urge or impulse, such as:
Physically harming a loved one, pushing a stranger in front of a bus, steering your car into oncoming traffic; inappropriate sexual contact; or poisoning dinner guests?
Have you felt driven to perform certain acts over and over again, such as:
Excessive or ritualized washing, cleaning or grooming?
Checking light switches, water faucets, the stove, door locks or the emergency brake?
Counting, arranging; evening-up behaviors (making sure socks are at same height)?
Collecting useless objects or inspecting the garbage before it is thrown out?
Repeating routine actions (in/out of chair, going through doorway, relighting cigarette) a certain number of times or until it feels just right?
Needing to touch objects or people?
Unnecessary rereading or rewriting; reopening envelopes before they are mailed?
Examining your body for signs of illness?
Avoiding colors (“red” means blood), numbers (“13” is unlucky) or names (those that start with “D” signify death) that are associated with dreaded events or unpleasant thoughts?
Needing to “confess” or repeatedly asking for reassurance that you said or did something correctly?