A study investigated age-related differences in the level of functional and cognitive impairment in 122 adults with hoarding disorder.
A form of obsessive-compulsive disorder, hoarding is characterized by a fear of making mistakes in what to keep or discard similar to "obsessions," while urges to save or acquire new items seem similar to "compulsions."
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