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In recent years, attachment insecurities in the form of anxiety and avoidance have been found to be associated with Obsessive Compulsive (OC) symptoms and cognitions. The hypothesized buffering role of attachment security on OC-related processes, however, has yet to be assessed. In the current study, we examined the effects of experimentally-enhanced attachment security ("security priming") on OC-related washing tendencies in a non-clinical sample (N = 85). As compared to a neutral priming,doi:10.7790/ejap.v8i1.287 fatcat:ne2vwmwtpjfpzat7waacdy7ese