Is an intense fear of germs or dirt—leading to excessive cleaning, hand-washing, or avoiding contaminants.
Involves persistent doubts (like worrying about unlocked doors or turned-off appliances), leading to repetitive checking behaviors.
Sees people accumulate items, even worthless ones—resulting in cluttered living spaces and difficulty discarding possessions.
Has people obsessing over perfect order and symmetry, including arranging objects meticulously or engaging in repetitive rituals.
Includes distressing and unwanted thoughts, often involving violence or taboo subjects, leading to mental rituals to neutralize them.
Features distressing doubts about one's sexual orientation and identity, leading to reassurance-seeking behavior or avoidance.
Sees the affected obsess over religious or moral beliefs and engage in compulsions like prayer or confession.
Involves excessive preoccupation with physical health and perceived illnesses, often leading to frequent body checks or medical reassurance-seeking.
In which the affected set unrealistically high standards, obsess over avoiding mistakes, and engage in rituals to prevent errors.
Includes irrational beliefs and fears tied to superstitions, leading to compulsive rituals or avoidance behaviors to prevent perceived bad luck or harm.