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The things that make us: Self and object attachment in Hoarding and Compulsive Buying-Shopping Disorder
Current Opinion in Psychology ( IF 4.162 ) Pub Date : 2021-06-01 , DOI: 10.1016/j.copsyc.2020.08.016
Richard Moulding, Christopher Kings, Tess Knight

Excessive or maladaptive object attachment is the defining feature of Hoarding Disorder (HD) and the acquisition process within Compulsive Buying-Shopping Disorder (CBSD). In recent years, the relationship of object attachment within HD and CBSD to individual's self-concept has become the focus of direct research. On the basis of this literature, it seems that an underdeveloped, ambivalent, or discrepant self-concept could be a vulnerability for dysfunctional object attachment behavior. Further, the importance of objects in buttressing and extending self-concept, both individually and in relationship to others, appears to be a central function underlying pathological object attachment. An important future direction of research is whether directly addressing self-concept can serve as the next advancement for psychological treatments for these debilitating disorders.

中文翻译:

使我们成真的事物:Ho积和强迫性购买-购物疾病中的自我和对象依恋

过多或不适应的对象附着是Ho积障碍(HD)的定义特征,也是强迫性购买-购物障碍(CBSD)中的获取过程。近年来,HD和CBSD中的对象依附关系与个人自我概念的关系已成为直接研究的重点。根据这些文献,似乎不成熟的,矛盾的或不一致的自我概念可能是功能失常的对象附着行为的脆弱性。此外,物体在支撑和扩展自我概念(无论是单独地还是与他人的关系)中的重要性似乎是病理性物体依附的核心功能。
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