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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Megan E. Cowie
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Hyoun S. Kim
,
David C. Hodgins
,
Daniel S. McGrath
,
Marco D. T. Scanavino
, and
Hermano Tavares

disorders including substance use disorders (SUDs; 57.5%), mood disorders (37.9%), and anxiety disorders (37.4%; Lorains, Cowlishaw, & Thomas, 2011 ) as well as behavioral addictions like video game addiction (15%; Jiménez-Murcia et al., 2014 ), compulsive

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-related disorder ( Kafka & Hennen, 1999 ), as an impulse control disorder ( Barth & Kinder, 1987 ), as hypersexuality ( Kafka, 2010 ), or as behavioral addiction (e.g. Antons & Brand, 2021 ; Kraus, Voon, & Potenza, 2016 ). While different conceptualizations of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Jesús Castro-Calvo
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Maèva Flayelle
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José C. Perales
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Matthias Brand
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Marc N. Potenza
, and
Joël Billieux

addiction framework. On the relevance of considering a process-based approach Recently, studies have been investigating similarities between CSBD, SUDs, and recognized behavioral addictions (e.g., gambling

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Professor Zsolt Demetrovics Proud to share that this year, Zsolt Demetrovics , founding editor-in-chief of our open access Q1 title, Journal of Behavioural Addictions , was ranked as a Highly Cited Researcher in the field of

Addressing taxonomic challenges for Internet Use Disorders in light of changing technologies and diagnostic classifications

Commentary on: “How to overcome taxonomical problems in the study of Internet use disorders and what to do with “smartphone addiction”?” (Montag et al., 2020)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Hans-Jürgen Rumpf
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Dillon Browne
,
Dominique Brandt
, and
Florian Rehbein

smartphones increases the properties of Internet in terms of availability and easy access. Therefore, new risks of developing behavioral addictions emerge. However, the underlying principles like rewards within games or social interaction follow the same or at

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Myths about “The myths about work addiction”

Commentary on: Ten myths about work addiction (Griffiths et al., 2018)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Cecilie Schou Andreassen
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Wilmar B. Schaufeli
, and
Ståle Pallesen

several of the alleged myths do not, in fact, represent any real controversy or misunderstanding. Myth 1: Work Addiction Is a New Behavioral Addiction The construct of work addiction was introduced to the academic disciplines

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Marie Grall-Bronnec
,
Samuel Bulteau
,
Caroline Victorri-Vigneau
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Gaëlle Bouju
, and
Anne Sauvaget

Demetrovics, Z. & Griffiths, M. (2012). Behavioral addictions: Past, present and future. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 1 (1), 1–2. Griffiths M. Behavioral addictions: Past, present and

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Disorders due to addictive behaviors: Further issues, debates, and controversies •

Commentary to the debate: “Behavioral addictions in the ICD-11”

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author:
Mark D. Griffiths

, Maurage, & Heeren, 2015 ). Two recent papers in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions by Brand, Rumpf, Demetrovics, et al. (2022) , and Sassover and Weinstein (2022) both make interesting additions to the place of behavioral addictions in

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Introduction The article Ten myths about work addiction by Griffiths, Demetrovics, and Atroszko ( 2018 ) is a narrative review on work addiction (WA). Today, gambling disorder is the only behavioral addiction in fifth edition

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66 69 Foster, A. C., Shorter, G. W. & Griffiths, M. D. (2015). Muscle dysmorphia: Could it be classified as an addiction to body image? Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 4, 1

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