Decision Making and Cognitive Behavioral Flexibility in an OCD Sample: a Study in a Virtual Environment

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Abstract

Neuropsychological disorders are common in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) patients. Executive functions, verbal fluency and verbal memory, shifting attention from one aspect of stimuli to others, mental flexibility, engaging in executive planning and decision making, are the most involved cognitive domains. We focus on two aspects of neuropsychological function: decision making and cognitive behavioral flexibility, assessed through a virtual version of the Multiple Errand Test (V-MET), developed using the NeuroVR software
Original languageEnglish
Pages45-45
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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