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Authors:
Gábor Urbán
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Gábor Orosz
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Leila Kerepes
, and
Miriam Ivett Jánvári

Dalley B J Everitt T W Robbins 2011 Impulsivity, compulsivity, and top-down cognitive control

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, Hudson, Pope, & Keck, 1991 ; McElroy, Hudson, Pope, Keck, & Aizley, 1992 ; McElroy, Keck, & Phillips, 1995 ) and Hollander and Wong ( 1995 )? It is also possible that certain disorders historically characterized as impulsive, such as pyromania, may

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global economic burden of ADHD over the lifespan Diagnosis The most significant symptoms of ADHD include: inattention – difficulty paying attention, following instructions, and organising tasks; impulsivity – acting without forethought, interrupting

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Małgorzata Draps
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Guillaume Sescousse
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Mateusz Wilk
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Katarzyna Obarska
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Izabela Szumska
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Weronika Żukrowska
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Aleksandra Majkowska
,
Ewelina Kowalewska
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Julia Szymanowska
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Urszula Hamerska
,
Magda Trybuś
,
Karolina Golec
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Iwona Adamska
,
Karol Szymczak
, and
Mateusz Gola

, 2011a ; Reid, Garos, Carpenter, & Coleman 2011b ; Reid, Karim, McCrory & Carpenter, 2010 ) also failed to observe any decrease in the level of cognitive flexibility or ability to switch attention in CSBD subjects. Impulsivity is an

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positive (wanting and liking) reinforcements represent vital motivational processes ( Robinson & Berridge, 2008 ). Impulsivity According to addiction theories, the weakened control of the specific behavior in behavioral addiction and substance use disorder

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Orsolya Inhóf
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András N. Zsidó
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Gábor Perlaki
,
Gergely Orsi
,
Beatrix Lábadi
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Norbert Kovács
,
Anna Szente
,
Tamás Dóczi
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József Janszky
, and
Gergely Darnai

IA continue an activity even if it has clear negative consequences. This behavior is the result of low inhibitory control paired with high impulsivity, deficit in self-regulation, goal-directed behavior, decision-making, and executive functions

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Gustavo C. Medeiros
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Daniela G. Sampaio
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Eric W. Leppink
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Samuel R. Chamberlain
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Jon E. Grant

gamblers, subsyndromal GD, and GD) in a non-treatment-seeking sample. We assessed the current severity of anxiety symptoms and associations between anxiety symptom severity, gambling symptoms, impulsiveness, and neurocognition. We predicted that anxiety

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Introduction Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder defined by inattention and hyperactivity–impulsivity ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ; Stickley, Koyanagi, Takahashi

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Fernando Fernández-Aranda
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Roser Granero
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Gemma Mestre-Bach
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Trevor Steward
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Astrid Müller
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Matthias Brand
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Teresa Mena-Moreno
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Cristina Vintró-Alcaraz
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Amparo del Pino-Gutiérrez
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Laura Moragas
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Núria Mallorquí-Bagué
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Neus Aymamí
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Mónica Gómez-Peña
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María Lozano-Madrid
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José M. Menchón
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Susana Jiménez-Murcia

Introduction Pathological buying (PB) is characterized by impulsive drives and compulsive behaviors that lead to excessive shopping. As a consequence of this excessive behavior, individuals with PB suffer significant

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

. Personality pathology is common in addictive disorders, and research suggests there are similarities between the personality profiles of those with GD and CSBs. For example, heightened novelty seeking and impulsivity as well as lower self-directedness are

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