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(p. 13) What Is Hoarding? 

(p. 13) What Is Hoarding?
(p. 13) What Is Hoarding?

David F. Tolin

, Randy O. Frost

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 07 April 2020

This chapter presents information on hoarding, including the DSM-V criteria for hoarding disorder, how to judge the severity of hoarding, the natural course of hoarding, and special issues (insight, disorganization, unsanitary conditions, animal hoarding, hoarding among older people), and related psychiatric disorders.

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