Queen's Participant and Research Connections
Example Survey - OCCDQ
Purpose of the OCCDQ-T Study:
Certain dimensions of personality, emotions and motivations, present to some extent in all people, may be on a continuum with clinical symptoms and disorders. Repetitive thoughts and behaviours are present in both Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and in other clinical conditions, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). However, it is unknown to what extent these shared repetitive tendencies reflect the influence of similar underlying dimensions of personality, emotions, and motivations. In order to study this in family members of individuals affected by ASD, we invite you to complete this questionnaire regarding your own typical thoughts, feelings and actions. The questionnaire has 31 items, which are rated on a 5-point scale ranging from "Never Applies To Me" to "Always Applies To Me". By collecting this type of information on a large number of families, we hope to better characterize and understand the link between ASDs and different dimensions of personality and emotions in family members. We hope to correlate these results with genetic findings, in families who participate in our genetic studies. Therefore, we are inviting all parents to complete the OCCDQ-T.
The study must be completed on yourself only. Please have other family members, over the age of 16, complete this questionnaire for themselves. Please select the most appropriate response for each question.
This form consists of 31 questions and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
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