The following articles and journals are what I have used this semester to complete my senior culminating project:


Luchian, S. A., Mc Nally, R.J., Hooley, J.M. (2007) Cognitive aspects of nonclinical obsessive-compulsive hoarding. Behaviour Research and Therapy 45,pp. 1657-1662

Grisham, J.R., Barlow, D.H. (2005) Compulsive Hoarding: Current Research and Theory. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 27.(1).45-52.

Williams, M. Ph.D.(2000). Compulsive Hoarding Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Takes Many Forms. Mental Health Resource. Retrieved from

Compulsive Hoarding Poses Safety and Psychological Risks. Science Daily. (2009). Retrieved from

Compulsive Hoarding Study Could Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders. The Medical News. June 2004. Retrieved from

Is Compulsive Hoarding a Genetically and Neurobiologically Discrete Syndrome? Implications for Diagnostic Classification. Am J Psychiatry 164:3. (2007). Retrieved from

Naubert, R. Ph.D.,  Grohol, J.M. Psy. D. (2006) Effective Medication for Compulsive Hoarding. PsychCentral. Retrieved from

Mayo Clinic Staff. (2010) Hoarding. Retrieved from

Neziroglu, F., Ph.D., ABBP, Bubrick, J., Ph.D. (2010)How Compulsive Hoarding Affects Families. Bio-Behavioral Institute, Great Neck, NY. Retrieved from

Patronek, G. J., Nathanson, J. N. (2009) A Theoretical Perspective to Inform Assessment and Treatment Strategies for Animal Hoarders. Clinical Psychology Review. Retrieved from

Collingswood, J. (2009) Why People Hoard Stuff” and Retrieved from

Penzel, F. Ph.D., (2010) Saving the World. Retrieved from

Frost, R. Ph. D., (2000) People Who Hoard Animals. Psychiatric Times. 17 (4). 1-5. Retrieved from

Compulsive Hoarding. (2008) NAMI San Diego. Retrieved from

Duggan, P., Smith, L.,(2005) Pet Hoarding Not Out of the Ordinary. The Washington Post. Retrieved from


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