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How do clinical obsessions differ from normal obsessions?

a. They differ in degree rather than kind.
b. Clinical obsessions are more visually oriented.
c. The content of the reported images is different.
d. Clinical obsessions are more likely to be acted upon.

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Answer: a.

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