Monday, March 24, 2014

Judaism and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Part 3

...And here is the bibliography sheet.

UPDATE: The audio recording of the shiur is now available here.

Joanna Bourke, Divine Madness: The Dilemma of Religious Scruples in Twentieth-Century America and Britain, Journal of Social History 42:3 pp. 581-603 (2009)

Paul Cefalu, The Doubting Disease: Religious Scrupulosity and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Historical Context, Journal of Medicine and the Humanities 31 pp. 111-125 (2010)

John P. Dehlin, Kate L. Morrison, Michael P. Twohig, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a Treatment for Scrupulosity in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Behavior Modification 37:3 pp. 409-430 (2013)

Thomas A. Fergus and Wade C. Rowatt, Personal Uncertainty Strengthens Associations Between Scrupulosity and Both the Moral Appraisals of Intrusive Thoughts and Beliefs that Gd is Upset with Sins, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 33:1 pp. 51-74 (2014)

David Greenberg, Gaby Shefler, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in Ultra-Orthodox Jewish patients: A comparison of religious and non-religious symptoms, Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 75:2 pp. 123-130 (2002)

David Greenberg, Gaby Shefler, Ultra-Orthodox Rabbinic Responses to Religious Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Israeli Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences 45:3 pp. 183-192 (2008)

Jonathan D. Huppert, Jedidiah Siev, Elyssa S. Kushner, When Religion and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Collide: Treating Scrupulosity in Ultra-Orthodox Jews, Journal of Clinical Psychology 63:10 pp. 925-941 (2007)

Steven Pirutinsky, David H. Rosmarin, Kenneth I. Pargament, Community Attitudes Towards Culture-Influenced Mental Illness: Scrupulosity vs. Nonreligious OCD Among Orthodox Jews, Journal of Community Psychology 37:8 pp. 949-958 (2009)

David H. Rosmarin, Steven Pirutinsky, Jedidiah Siev, Recognition of Scrupulosity and Non-Religious OCD by Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jews, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 29:8 pp. 930-944 (2010)

Jedidiah Siev, Lee Baer, William E. Minichiello, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder with Predominantly Scrupulous Symptoms: Clinical and Religious Characteristics, Journal of Clinical Psychology 67:12 pp. 1188-1196 (2011)

John Turbott, The meaning and function of ritual in psychiatric disorder, religion and everyday behaviour, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 31 pp. 835-843 (1997)

Did not see - David Greenberg, The Behavioral Treatment of Religious Compulsions, Journal of Psychology and Judaism 11:1 Spring 1987 pg. 42

Did not see - H. Hermesh, R. Masser-Kavitzky, R. Gross-Isseroff, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Jewish Religiosity, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 191:3 pp. 201-203

Books or Book Chapters
Rabbi Dr. Avigdor Bonchek, Religious Compulsions and Fears

Joseph W. Ciarrocchi, The Doubting Disease: Help for Scrupulosity and Religious Compulsions (1995),

David Greenberg and Eliezer Witztum, Treatment of Strictly Religious Patients,

עצות והדרכות of Rabbi Grinwald and Rabbi Yaakov Kanaievsky –

יראה טהורה (available in Otzar haChochmah database)

General articles

OHEL, Totally Engrossed: Extreme Piousness or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

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