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Figure 31–1. Sample rates of change with behavior therapy of an obsessive-compulsive disorder ritual.

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Figure 31–1. Sample rates of change with behavior therapy of an obsessive-compulsive disorder ritual.Source. Reprinted from Baer L: Getting Control: Overcoming Your Obsessions and Compulsions, Revised Edition. Boston, MA, Little, Brown, 2000, p. 53. Copyright 2000. Used with permission.

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