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Hoarding disorder (HD) is associated with significant personal impairment in function and constitutes a severe public health burden. Individuals who hoard experience intense distress in discarding a large number of objects, which results in extreme clutter. Research and theory suggest that hoarding may be associated with specific deficits in information processing, particularly in the areas of attention, memory, and executive functioning. There is also growing interest in the neuraldoi:10.2147/ndt.s62084 pmid:25897231 pmcid:PMC4396642 fatcat:2c4vubjzkbhabjocowhxso2nnm