Cognitive remediation for neuropsychological impairment in hoarding disorder : A pilot study

@inproceedings{Dimauro2016CognitiveRF,
  title={Cognitive remediation for neuropsychological impairment in hoarding disorder : A pilot study},
  author={Jennifer Dimauro and Marla Genova and David F. Tolin and Matthew Kurtz},
  year={2016}
}
The aim of this pilot randomized controlled trial was to investigate whether an extended, standardized program of computer-assisted cognitive remediation (CR; a behavioral intervention designed to improve cognitive function through repeated task practice and strategy acquisition) improves disordered attention and related cognitive functions in patients with hoarding disorder (HD) as compared to patients with HD assigned to a relaxation control condition. Seventeen participants with primary HD… CONTINUE READING