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date: 12 December 2019

(p. 371) Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

(p. 371) Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

[This measure can be given as an interview or as a self-report form.]

  1. 1. Because of the clutter or number of possessions, how difficult is it for you to use the rooms in your home?

    Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

  2. 2. To what extent do you have difficulty discarding (or recycling, selling, giving away) ordinary things that other people would get rid of?

    Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

  3. 3. To what extent do you currently have a problem with collecting free things or buying more things than you need or can use or can afford?

    Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

  4. 4. To what extent do you experience emotional distress because of clutter, difficulty discarding, or problems with buying or acquiring things?

    Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)

  5. 5. To what extent do you experience impairment in your life (daily routine, job/school, social activities, family activities, financial difficulties) because of clutter, difficulty discarding, or problems with buying or acquiring things?

    Hoarding Rating Scale (HRS)