Apr 27, 2000 ... If you have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), there is a good ... That is,
there is more reason to suspect a stronger genetic basis if you ...
Synopsis. OCD is a common debilitating condition affecting individuals from
childhood through adult life. There is good evidence of genetic contribution to its
Other research also points to a possible genetic component in OCD. Family
studies have demonstrated that OCD is significantly more common among
Earlier studies suggest that an inborn tendency to develop obsessive-compulsive
disorder runs in some families. However, most relatives will not develop the ...
Feb 19, 2015 ... But OCD–Obsessive Compulsive Disorder–is a precise diagnostic term ... it's
difficult to determine how much of her disorder is due to genetics, ...
It is believed that OCD likely is the result of a combination of neurobiological,
genetic, behavioral, cognitive, and environmental factors that trigger the disorder
However, whilst this may be the case, it is believed that OCD is likely to be the
result of a combination of either neurobiological, genetic, behavioural, cognitive,
May 13, 2014 ... Scientists say they have identified a genetic marker that may be associated with
the development of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
family history – you're more likely to develop OCD if a family member has it,
possibly because of your genes; differences in the brain – some people with
Feb 28, 2016 ... Although it is clear that OCD has a genetic basis, it is not yet clear which genes
may be important and under what circumstances.Environment ...