2018 Joint World Congress: Hiroshima, Japan

Kathleen SCALER SCOTT

Misericordia University

kscott@misericordia.edu

Abstract. This paper will outline problems currently facing the field of cluttering. Although there has been increased work and interest in this area, roadblocks remain, and prevent the field from advancing at a pace commensurate with the level of worldwide enthusiasm for updated research and treatment procedures. Issues related to cluttering research, assessment, treatment, and education will be discussed. Illustrative examples from evidence-based studies and clinical anecdotes will be presented. Potential solutions to overcome these roadblocks and advance the field of cluttering will be proposed.

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