Question

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qi_H1

Label

H1

Question Text

Overall, does she have rituals or obsessions that upset her, waste a lot of her time, or interfere with her ability to get on with everyday life?

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Many children have some habits or superstitions, such as not stepping on the cracks in the pavement, or needing to wear lucky clothes. It is also common for children to go through phases when they seem obsessed by one particular subject or activity. In this section we are interested in whether your study child has rituals or obsessions that go beyond this.

Overall, does she have rituals or obsessions that upset her, waste a lot of her time, or interfere with her ability to get on with everyday life?

1
Yes
2
No
In the past month has your study child been doing any of the following things over and over again even though she has already done them or doesn't need to do them at all?
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1 - No

2 - Sometimes

3 - Often

Excessive cleaning e.g. hand washing, baths, showers, toothbrushing etc.
Other special measures to avoid dirt, germs or poisons
Checking things, e.g. doors, locks, oven, gas taps, electric switches
Repeating actions: e.g. going in/out door many times in a row, up/down from chair
Touching things or people in particular ways
Arranging things so they are just so, or exactly symmetrical
Counting to particular lucky numbers or avoiding unlucky numbers
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