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This study has been approved by the

University of Bath Ethics Committee

Reference Number: 17-123

DO PEOPLE

WHO HOARD 

EXPERIENCE

INTRUSIVE IMAGES?

 

Nick Stewart
Clinical Psychologist in Training
University of Bath                                           

Email: hoarding.research@bath.ac.uk

Dr James Gregory

Research Supervisor &
Clinical Psychologist 
University of Bath

James.Gregory@bath.ac.uk

My name is Nick Stewart.

I am a Clinical Psychologist in Training.

My study looks at the kinds of images or pictures

that commonly pop into people’s minds.

The study is now complete and I am analysing the findings. If you would like to receive a summary of the results when they are available, please email hoarding.research@bath.ac.uk 

 

Currently we know very little about the images experienced by people with hoarding difficulties (people who have difficulty discarding or parting with possessions, to the extent that possessions congest and clutter the home).

By finding out more about these images, we hope to find new psychological approaches for helping people to overcome mental health problems.

 

 

 

If you would like to receive a summary of the results when they are available, please email hoarding.research@bath.ac.uk 

For more online psychology studies visit www.onlinepsychresearch.co.uk

© 2017 by Nick Stewart

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