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the present paper is to identify the similarities and differences between gambling, speculation, and investment by a review of both their conceptual and empirical relationship. Aside from the academic value of this investigation, the overlap between

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calculated based on similarity to the ego. The absolute difference in age between the ego and each of their alters was calculated, and then averaged for a single mean absolute difference score per ego. Gender similarity, gambler status, and gambling

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Robert M. Heirene, David Shearer, Gareth Roderique-Davies, and Stephen D. Mellalieu

there are several parallels between them. Those with non-drug addictions share similar personality traits with drug users, including sensation seeking and impulsivity ( Di Nicola et al., 2015 ; Robbins & Clark, 2015 ). Similarities also exist in

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Michelle Dey, Joseph Studer, Michael Patrick Schaub, Gerhard Gmel, David Daniel Ebert, Jenny Yi-Chen Lee, and Severin Haug

networking almost anywhere. However, potential negative consequences of their use are being increasingly discussed ( Billieux, 2012 ). Some authors have even conceptualized the maladaptive use of smartphones as a behavioral addiction, due to similarities

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Mateusz Gola, Karol Lewczuk, Marc N. Potenza, Drew A. Kingston, Joshua B. Grubbs, Rudolf Stark, and Rory C. Reid

sexual impulses, urges, or behaviors is not sufficient to meet this requirement.” Additionally, paraphilic disorders are exclusionary. The ICD-11 definition shares similarities with the proposed criteria for hypersexual disorder (HD) that was considered

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Seeing the forest through different trees: A social psychological perspective of work addiction

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

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: István Tóth-Király, Beáta Bőthe, and Gábor Orosz

like to contribute to this discussion by proposing an integrative model (Figure  1 ) that reflects on several of the myths highlighted by Griffiths et al. ( 2018 ). In doing so, the conceptual similarities and dissimilarities are discussed between WA

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nemzetközi kutatás 2010. évi felméréséről készült nemzeti jelentés (21—25). Budapest: Országos Egészségügyi Intézet Pikó, B. (2001). Gender differences and similarities in adolescents’ ways of coping. The Psychological Record, 51

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online. Emerging evidence suggests that there exist similarities in the mechanisms underlying PIU and other addictions (in particular, substance dependence and pathological gambling) on a behavioral ( Grant, Potenza, Weinstein, & Gorelick, 2010

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and negative outcomes. Furthermore, the generation similarities and differences in the use of Internet are also introduced. What does it mean to the generation gap, digital natives, and digital immigrants? Also in Part 1, we can read how gender and age

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N. D. Daw D. S. Touretzky 2004 Similarity and discrimination in classical conditioning: A latent variable account Advances

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