Do you or somebody you love have an unhealthy habit of “collecting” things you do not need and never use? If you are curious to get to the root of this problem, this educational video clip can help.
In this video, a professor and researcher from Smith College discusses the psychology behind compulsive hoarding. Research conducted by professionals in his field suggests that people who hoard process information about the objects they use or encounter in a different way than non-hoarders do, paying more attention to the visual and spatial aspects of these objects.
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