- “Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Treatment for Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Acute Outcomes from the Nordic Long-Term OCD Treatment Study (NordLOTS).” Behavior Research and Therapy, Vol. 64, January 2015, pp. 15-23. – Findings: CBT is an effective treatment for pediatric OCD.
- “OCD, One Disorder, Various Existential Realities: From ‘Michael Kohlhaas’ to ‘La Miglioreofferta’, Psychopatholical Changes Over a Century.” Psychiatria Danubina, 2014 26 Suppl 1:66-70. – Findings: Only an abstract is available. It seems the article is concerned with changing perspectives on the nature of OCD in the arts with the progression from modern to postmodern thought.
- “Common Obsessions in OCD.”1Kevin Bolon. Mental Health Matters, 2014 Nov. Vol. 1 Issue 3, pp. 39-42. – Findings: It is unclear what the article finds or studies as the abstract seems to be a clipping from the article with little relevance to the overall nature of the article.