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Transdiagnostic phenotyping reveals a range of metacognitive deficits associated with compulsivity
AbstractRecent work suggests that obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is underpinned by a breakdown in the relationship between explicit beliefs about how the world works (i.e. confidence about states) and updates to behaviour. The present study aimed to test the precise computations that underlie this disconnection and ascertain their specificity to OCD symptoms. We phenotyped a large general population sample (N = 437), who also completed a predictive inference task and found that decreasesdoi:10.1101/664003 fatcat:25dtmr2wjbcs7e54lujt6vwsxm