Living with OCD in the United States? Participate today in the 10-minute National OCD Survey!
Is OCD impacted by:
- Where you live?
- What you value?
- Who you've met?
- What you believe?
The Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine is researching the sociocultural context for OCD. The study will help us understand different geographic and cultural influences on the development, presentation, or maintenance of OCD. Our goal is to reach as many adults with OCD as possible in all 50 states so that we can better understand the impact of sociocultural and regional influences on OCD. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes. You will be asked about your OCD symptoms, stressful life events, personal attitudes and experiences, and basic demographics about yourself. You may also be asked about your experiences with and perceptions of exposure therapy for certain OCD symptoms.
You will not be compensated to participate in this survey. However, your participation may benefit the OCD community by contributing to existing knowledge about external factors, such as sociocultural experiences, that may influence OCD. This knowledge may be used to inform mental healthcare of people with OCD. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Caitlin M. Pinciotti at [email protected].
To access the brief, anonymous survey, go to: https://bcmpsych.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9LdbaR2yrj0oV7g