CBOCIClark-Beck Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory
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A one-way multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) performed on the CBOCI Obsession and Compulsion subscales was highly significant (multivariate F(2, 76) = 9.
To further clarify the relationship between guilt and obsessionality, two hierarchical regression analyses were conducted on the total sample (N=163) with the CBOCI Obsessional subscale as the dependent variable.
Based on the total sample, we found that a generalized tendency for guilt, as measured by the Guilt Inventory Total Score, was a significant unique predictor of scores on the CBOCI Obsessions subscale.