Pooh Pathology Test
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Rabbit has recurrent and persistent urges that everything must be perfect. He is also marked by compulsive and repetitive behaviors, such as ordering and checking things. He feels driven to live out his obsessions and to enforce rules that must be applied rigidly. His garden must always be in perfect order. Everything he owns has its proper place, and it is upsetting to him when someone changes things around. His house is neat and organized, and he is constantly cleaning it. He has to keep everything in order and feels that everything depends on this. However, we never see any acute dangers that Rabbit actually wards off with these behaviors. The mental habits that Rabbit has formed are clearly excessive compared to the hazards they are intended to neutralize.
- American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed.). Washington, D.C.
- Shea, S. E., Gordon, K., Hawkins, A., Kawchuk, J., & Smith., D. (2000). Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: A Neurodevelopmental Perspective on A.A. Milne. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 163(12), pp. 1557-1559.
- Smith, R.C. (2015): Winnie the Pooh Characters and Psychological Disorders. Ball State University Muncie, Indiana.
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