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Do you know someone who hoards? Or are you interested in learning more about hoarding?
Helping Psychology delves into the mind of hoarders and defines symptoms and treatments in the article, "Symptoms and Treatment of Hoarding."
Here is an excerpt:
Most psychologists who study this disorder believe that hoarding is part of obsessive-compulsive disorder. However, some studies in clutter psychology have revealed that hoarders may have a distinct difference in the way their brains are wired. Some scientists believe the desire to hoard, while apparent in some animal species like the Arctic gray jay, may be a natural and adaptive instinct that has just simply become uncontrollable.
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