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Physiology of OCD, any resources?

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Hello there,

I am currently having a CPD on the Science of Learning. As an a OCD sufferer I had been having such a terrible times in the classrooms and later in the amphitheatres of my University. My learning ability has been always severely compromised. I couldn't take anything from lectures. I always had to put a big effort while studying at home in order to keep pace with others. 

In this CPD we are having a full scan of the human brain investigating the different processes and which parts are engaging.

I really fancy having some resources of such an approach to OCD issue and what's wrong with an OCD brain. 

Regards.

 

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Brain lock book has a scan of ocd brain on the cover. Frontal lobe activity. 

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There has been a fair amount of research done on brain scans of OCD sufferers vs non-sufferers, and there are a number of theories as to what part (or parts) of the brain are at fault but so far nothing has been conclusively proven.  You should be able to search online for OCD and MRI to find some of them. 

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