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date: 10 December 2019

(p. 374) UCLA Hoarding Severity Scale

(p. 374) UCLA Hoarding Severity Scale

Name _________________________ID #_______________Date_____________

Rater__________________________

  1. 1. How much of your home is affected by clutter—items that should not be in those areas or that prevent those areas from being used in the way that they were intended?

    1. 0) None.

    2. 1) A small amount (about 25%).

    3. 2) About half of your home.

    4. 3) Most of your home (about 75%).

    5. 4) All of your home.

  2. 2. How embarrassed would you be if someone were to see your clutter today?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  3. 3. To what extent is excessive buying or acquiring of things a problem in your life?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  4. 4. How strong is the urge to keep things that others might not keep?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  5. 5. How anxious would you become if you had to discard something that you thought you would need or want in the future?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  6. 6. To what extent does your clutter affect your personal relationships or ability to socialize?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  7. 7. To what extent does your clutter affect your ability to work, daily functioning, or hobbies?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  8. 8. Do routine tasks take longer than they should, either because of clutter or a need to do things completely or perfectly?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  9. 9. Do you have trouble making decisions, even about little things other people wouldn’t think twice about?

    1. 0) Not at all

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

  10. 10. How much do you procrastinate doing tasks (chores, discarding, organizing, etc.)?

    1. 0) Not at all.

    2. 1) Mild.

    3. 2) Moderate.

    4. 3) Severe.

    5. 4) Extreme.

TOTAL ___________

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