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We examined the relationships between obsessive-compulsive tendencies and reality monitoring error experiences in everyday life in a nonclinical sample. A total of 230 students of a professional training college and a university answered two questionnaires: the Reality-Monitoring Error Experience Questionnaire (RMEEQ) and the Japanese version of the Maudsley Obsessional-Compulsive Inventory. Partial correlation analysis showed that the doubting score was significantly positively correlated with the RMEEQ score when the checking and cleaning scores were controlled. From this result, we inferred that frequent reality monitoring error experiences could induce doubting related to one's own reality monitoring and that doubting could develop into compulsive behavior.

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