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Zwangskrankheiten im Kindes-und Jugendalter

  • K. Steinberger
  • B. Schuch
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Zusammenfassung

Zwangskrankheiten sind entgegen bisheriger Einschätzung häufige psychische Leiden des Kindes- und Jugendalters. Kinder und Jugendliche verbergen jedoch ihre Zwänge aus Scham oder Angst vor Strafe oder sozialer Ächtung. Oft bleiben sie daher selbst nahestehenden Bezugspersonen verborgen. Die im Zusammenhang mit Zwangskrankheit auftretenden Auffälligkeiten des Verhaltens werden oft anderen Ursachen zugeschrieben. Es wird daher erst spät Hilfe gesucht (March und Leonard 1996).

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  • B. Schuch

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