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Neural Mechanisms of Decision Making in Hoarding Disorder

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Neural Mechanisms of Decision Making in Hoarding Disorder

The purpose of this study is to understand the neural mechanisms of decision making in hoarding disorder.

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Device - MRI with fMRI frequency

Functional magnetic resonance imaging or fMRI measures brain activity by detecting changes in blood flow. Participants will do cognitive tasks during fMRI.

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Neural Mechanisms of Decision Making in Hoarding Disorder

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NCT03487224

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