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The simplest probes derive from the DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria of the American Psychiatric Association (2000): "Do you ever have repetitive, intrusive or unwanted thoughts, ideas, images or urges that upset you or make you anxious and that you cannot suppress?" For younger children the question might be phrased, "Do you have worries that just won't go away?"

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