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Online mental health research: Hoarding Disorder Questionnaire

Online mental health research: Hoarding Disorder Questionnaire

Overview

An opportunity to contribute to mental health research by completing an online questionnaire.

  • Friday 9th December 2016 09:00
  • Questionnaire
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Hoarding Disorder (HD) is the acquisition of and failure to discard large quantities of items, leading to problematic and disabling levels of clutter. It is a potentially serious and chronic psychiatric condition which can vary in degree. HD can cause considerable distress for the hoarding individual and their families, and can also pose a significant risk to personal and public health through fire hazards and vermin infestation.

Researcher: Mark Banham

Aim

The aim of this research is to gain a deeper understanding of the profiles and processes leading to hoarding disorder. This is part of a programme of research that aims to increase the understanding of the problem so that assessment and treatment of it can be improved.

Volunteer Criteria

Participants must be over the age of 18.

Although many of the questions concern hoarding, you do not have to be a hoarder, have displayed any hoarding symptoms or have any experience of Hoarding Disorder to participate.

What will I be asked to do?

Participants will be required to complete an anonymous online questionnaire. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

When & where?

This is an online questionnaire, please click the 'I would like to take part' button to access the external questionnaire.

Will I get anything for taking part?

On completion of the questionnaire participants will be given the option to enter a prize draw to win one of four £25 amazon vouchers.

Newcastle University

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