Skip navigation

Hoarding Research: Relevant Publications

Haighton, K., Caiazza, R., & Neave, N. “In an ideal world that would be a multiagency service because you need everybody’s expertise” Best practice for managing hoarding disorder: A qualitative investigation of existing procedures and practices. Under review, Health and Social Care.

Heffernan, T., Hamilton, C., & Neave, N. (2021). Compulsive shopping behaviour and executive dysfunction in young adults. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult. https://doi.org/10.1080/23279095.2021.2013846

Heffernan, T., Hamilton, C., & Neave, N. (2021). Self-reported memory and executive function in adult non-clinical hoarders. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult. https://doi.org/10.1080/23279095.2021.1917578

McKellar, K., Sillence, E., Neave, N., & Briggs, P. Digital accumulation behaviours and information management in the workplace: exploring the tensions between digital data hoarding practises, organisational culture and policy. Under review, Behaviour and Information Technology.

McKellar, K., Sillence, E., Briggs, P., & Neave, N. (2020). There’s more than one type of hoarder: collecting, managing, and hoarding digital data in the workplace. Interacting with Computers, 32: 209-220.  

Neave, N., Briggs, P., McKellar, K., & Sillence, E. (2019). Digital hoarding behaviours: implications for cybersecurity. In V. Benson & J. McAlaney (Ed’s) Emerging cyber threats and cognitive vulnerabilities, chapter 5, pp 77-95. Academic Press.

Neave, N., Caiazza, R., Hamilton, C., McInnes, L., Saxton, T.K., Deary, V., & Wood, M. (2017). The economic costs of hoarding behaviours in local authority/housing association tenants and private home owners in the north-east of England. Public Health, 148: 137-139.

Neave, N., Jackson, R., Saxton, T & Hönekopp, J. (2015). The influence of anthropomorphic tendencies on human hoarding behaviours. Personality and Individual Differences, 72: 214-219.

Neave, N., McKellar, K., Sillence, E., & Briggs, P. (2019) Digital hoarding behaviours: measurement and evaluation. Computers in Human Behavior, 96: 72-77.

Neave, N., Tyson, H., McInnes, L., & Hamilton, C. (2016). The role of attachment style and anthropomorphism in predicting hoarding behaviours in a non-clinical sample. Personality and Individual Differences, 99: 33-37. 

Sillence, E., Dawson, J.A., McKellar, K., & Neave, N. How do students manage their university based digital data: Strategies, accumulation difficulties and feelings of overload. Under review, British Journal of Educational Technology.

Sweeten, G., Sillence, E., & Neave, N. (2018). Digital hoarding behaviours: underlying motivations and potential negative consequences. Computers in Human Behavior, 85: 54-60.

Thorpe, S., Bolster, A., & Neave, N. (2019). Exploring aspects of the cognitive behavioural model of physical hoarding in relation to digital hoarding behaviours. Digital Health, 5: 1-8.

Wilkinson, J., Neave, N., King, H.M., Schoultz, M., & Bailey, C. Animal Hoarding Cases in England: Implications for Public Health Services. Under review, Frontiers in Public Health.



Research at Northumbria
+

Research at Northumbria

Research is the life blood of a University and at Northumbria University we pride ourselves on research that makes a difference; research that has application and affects people's lives.

a book shelf filled with books
+
a laptop computer sitting on top of a table
+

Research Staff Profiles

Our students learn from the best – inspirational academic staff with a genuine passion for their subject, whose teaching is shaped by world-leading and internationally excellent research.

Latest News and Features

distorted clocks
AN IMAGE OF THE FRONT PAGE OF THE AUTUMN 2022 NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Healthworks Norma Richardson
Hoarding
Image from an Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) video
Child receiving a vaccination
Person receiving a vaccination in arm
More events

Upcoming events

Childhood, Care and Coronavirus Conference

Back to top