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Psychographics: obsessive-compulsive

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The brain apparently has a “checklist”—a means of recording that some sequence of actions is finished (see MIT Neuroscientists Describe Brain's ‘Checklist’, Science Daily 8 Sep 2003, on work by Ann M. Graybiel and Naotaka Fujii). A malfunctioning checklist might lead to obsessive-compulsive behavior. hattipsmall.png Kevin Burton, Feedblog.

LinkSeptember 16, 2007 in Jeux d’esprit · Psychology