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Table 3 Correlations between the OCI-J and MOCI-J (N = 150 Japanese undergraduates)

From: Development and validation of the Japanese version of the obsessive-compulsive inventory

  MOCI-J total MOCI-J cleaning MOCI-J checking MOCI-J doubting MOCI-J slowness STAI CES-D
OCI total .74*** .55*** .76*** .64*** .60*** .41*** .48***
OCI washing .59*** .59*** .50*** .44*** .44*** .30** .32**
OCI checking .64*** .32*** .71*** .56*** .45*** .31** .35***
OCI doubting .63*** .47*** .62*** .68*** .39** .41*** 39***
OCI ordering .65*** .41*** .63*** .51*** .50*** .34*** .38***
OCI obsessing .62*** .37** .65*** .55*** .61*** .45*** .60***
OCI hoarding .53*** .32** .51*** .54*** .48*** .29** .48***
OCI neutralizing .64*** .44**** .64*** .55*** .51*** .37*** .42***
  1. **p < .01. ***p < .001.
  2. CES-D = Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression scale; MOCI-J = Maudsley Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory, Japanese version; OCI-J = Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory, Japanese version; STAI = State-Trait Anxiety Inventory.