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Relation between impulsivity, inattention/ hyperactivity, and Traumatic life events with hoarding symptoms disorder

Khorramabadi , Yadollah (2018) Relation between impulsivity, inattention/ hyperactivity, and Traumatic life events with hoarding symptoms disorder. Nurse and Physician Within War, 6 (20). pp. 71-79.

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Abstract

Introduction: The aim of this study was investigating the relation between impulsivity, in attention/ hyperactivity, and Traumatic life events with hoarding symptoms disorder in university students. Methods: Study method of this research is descriptive-correlational. The sample size of this study was 219 students who were selected in a stratified random sampling method from different faculties of Payam Noor University, Hamedan Branch. The instruments used in this study were Life Events Checklist (LEC), Barratt Impulsivity Scale(BIS), Saving Inventory-Revised(SIR) and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder Symptom Scale(ADHDSS). Data were analyzed by Pearson correlation coefficient and multivariate regression analysis. Results: The results showed that there is significant relationship between hyperactivity /inattention symptoms with hoarding symptoms (r = 0.54 p <0.001), impulsivity with hoarding symptoms (r = 0.31, p <0.001), and between Traumatic life events and hoarding symptoms (r = 0.162, p <0.05, and these variables are able to explain 0.29 of the variance in the syndrome of hoarding disorder. Conclusion: According to this study, it can be concluded that high ADHD, impulsivity, and Traumatic life events are associated with a significant increase in hoarding syndrome.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Impulsivity, inattention/ hyperactivity, Traumatic life events, Hording Disorder
Subjects: W Health professions > Medical Education W.18
Depositing User: ePrint Admin Admin
Date Deposited: 10 Apr 2019 09:26
Last Modified: 10 Apr 2019 09:26
URI: http://eprints.ajaums.ac.ir/id/eprint/3936

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