Can compulsive hoarding and kleptomania be explained by neuroscience? Researchers identify the neurons responsible for “object craving”

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(Natural News) Neuroscience may have finally figured out the part of the brain that drives people to shop, hoard, and even steal items. In an article from Science Daily, Korean researchers identified the neurons that caused “object craving” in mice. Children, compulsive hoarders, and kleptomaniacs all love to receive and get objects. It’s natural for the…

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