S30. Perception of Abilities and the Effect of Treatment on Neurocognitive Performance in a Treatment Seeking Sample of Individuals With Hoarding Disorder

      Individuals with Hoarding Disorder (HD) frequently complain of problems with attention and memory. Neurocognitive (NC) deficits in visual memory, information processing speed, visual detection, and visual categorization are associated with HD in previous work. In this study, we examine 1) the impact of hoarding-specific treatment on NC functioning, 2) whether self-reported problems with memory and attention predict actual performance on NC tests, and 3) how task performance relates to psychopathology in individuals with HD.
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