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Impulsive Compulsive Buying Disorder

Impulsive Compulsive Buying Disorder

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  • 1. IMPULSIVE-COMPULSIVE BUYING DISORDER PRESENTED BY: J.ANTO JONE FLOWER M.Sc.(N) I YEAR SHNC, MADURAI.
  • 2.
    • Dell.B. & Allen.A. (2008). IMPULSIVE-COMPULSIVE BUYING DISORDER, International Journal Of Psychiatry,52,(5),259-264.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    • First described by Emil Kraepelin in1915 – Oniomania
    • Over the years shopping that is out of control has been defined as Compulsive Shopping, Compulsive Buying, Compulsive Consumption, Addictive Buying, Excessive Buying and Spendaholism
  • 4. DEFINITION
    • Compulsive Buying is a chronic, repetitive purchasing that represents a primary response to stress and negative events.
    • -Faber and O’Guinn
  • 5. EPIDEMIOLOGY
    • Prevalence in USA estimates between 1.8% and 8.1% (using compulsive buying scale)
    • More frequently younger
    • No reported studies in India
  • 6. ETIOLOGY
    • Availability of credit cards
    • Increased and more effective advertising
    • Possibility of buying through home shopping
    • Destruction of family structure
    • Breakdown in the sense of community
    • Motivated by negative feelings(sadness)
  • 7. CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS
    • Frequently preoccupied with buying
    • Irresistible, intrusive senseless impulses to buy
    • Purchasing unneeded items
    • Shopping episodes are frequent
    • Urge to buy – need to purchase within 1-5hr.
  • 8.
    • Compulsive buyers were less likely to be married, spend more time speaking on mobile phones and to be connected to online shopping site
  • 9. SUBTYPES
    • Emotional Reactive Consumer : presents compensatory and emotional motivations
    • Impulsive Consumer : feels a sudden spontaneous desire to buy
    • Fanatical Consumer : interested in only one product
    • Uncontrolled Consumer : buying to reduce tension
  • 10. TREATMENT
    • Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor
    • Psychotherapy
    • - systemic desensitization techniques
    • - trained in deep muscles relaxation
    • -problems are placed from strongest to weakest order
    • -situations are presented beginning with the weakest
  • 11. THANKYOU