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STATEMENT OF INFORMED CONSENT (Online version)

Prevalence of Subtle Movements among Individuals with and without OCD

Principal Investigator: Jonathan Hoffman, Ph.D., ABPP, NeuroBehavioral Institute

You are invited to participate in a brief research study on the prevalence of subtle movements among individuals with and without Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). With the information gathered from this survey, we hope to understand the function of subtle movements among individuals with OCD. You are eligible to participate in this study because you have indicated that you are age 18 or older and you do not have a history of psychosis, dementia, or a developmental disability. Participation is limited to individuals that have not previously completed this study. If you decide to participate, you will be asked to answer a series of questions via the internet. The questions typically take about 20 minutes to complete. Some of the questions ask about symptoms and whether you have been diagnosed with OCD and other medical and psychological conditions, and therefore could be considered personal in nature. There are no anticipated direct personal benefits for participants. However, $1 will be donated to the International OCD Foundation for each participant. All information provided will be completely anonymous.

If you decide to participate, you are free to withdraw your consent and to discontinue participation at any time. If you have any questions that you would like addressed before deciding whether to participate, please give us a call at 954-217-1757 and ask for Dr. Marilyn Cugnetto. If at any time you have questions concerning your rights as a research subject you may call Western Institutional Review Board at 360-252-2500.

You are making a decision whether or not to participate. Clicking the “next” button below indicates that you have decided to participate having read the information provided above and that you are testifying that you are at least 18 years of age and do not have a history of psychosis, dementia, or a developmental disability.

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