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Compulsive activity checklist cac psychometric analysis with obsessive compulsive disorder



Compulsive activity checklist cac psychometric analysis with obsessive compulsive disorder



Behavioral Assessment 9(1): 67-80



Psychometric properties of the Compulsive Activity Checklist (CAC), a measure of obsessive-compulsive symptoms, are reported here. The CAC was found to have test-retest reliability slightly below acceptable standards and good internal consistency. Factor analysis identified two subscales, washing and checking. Satisfactory convergent validity of the total score and subscale scores was demonstrated via correlations with related measures. In addition, the CAC proved sensitive to change following behavioral treatment.

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