Key Recent Papers
Visvalingam, S., McHardy, H. L., Norder, S. J., Magson, N. R., & Norberg, M. M., (in press). A mixed methods feasibility study of an online intervention to reduce perfectionism. Current Psychology.
Visvalingam, S., Crone, C., Street, S., Oar, E. L., Gilchrist, P., & Norberg, M. M. (in press). The causes and consequences of shame in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy.
David, J., Crone, C., & Norberg, M. M. (in press). A critical review of cognitive behavioural therapy for hoarding disorder: How can we improve treatment outcomes? Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.
David, J., Aluh, D. O., Blonner, M., & Norberg, M. M. (2021). Excessive object attachment in hoarding disorder: Examining the role of interpersonal functioning. Behavior Therapy, 52, 1226-1236.
Norberg, M. M., Chasson, G. S., & Tolin, D. F. (2021). A standardized approach to calculating clinically significant change in hoarding disorder using the Saving Inventory-Revised. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 28, 100609.
Norberg, M. M. (30/MAR/2022). How to buy and accumulate less stuff. Psyche Guide. Aeon.
Norberg, M. M. (Winter, 2021). Hoarding disorder: Do we need to focus on interpersonal attachment style to reduce object attachment? OCD Newsletter. International OCD Foundation.
Jackson, E. F., David, J., Norberg, M. M., & Sheanoda, V. (14/SEP/2021). NSW inquiry rejects expert advice on Parental Rights Bill, and it will cause students to suffer. The Conversation.
Norberg, M. M., & David, J. (12/AUG/2020). How to know if your online shopping habit is a problem — and what to do if it is. The Conversation.
Norberg, M. M., Rucker, D. (20/MAR/2020). Psychology can explain why coronavirus drives us to panic buy. It also provides tips on how to stop. The Conversation.
Norberg, M. M. (24/SEP/2019). Combat your love for possessions. This Week at Macquarie University.
Norberg, M. M., & Grisham, J. R. (24/JAN/2019). My possessions spark joy! Will the KonMari decluttering method help me? The Conversation.
Norberg, M. M., & Grisham, J. R. (12/JUN/2018). When possessions are poor substitutes for people: hoarding disorder and loneliness. The Conversation.