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using the terminology “exercise addiction” in the book, which is perhaps the most inclusive notion of the disorder, because the term addiction includes both dependence and compulsion ( Goodman, 1990 ). The book is logically organized into ten

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’ research: see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Daniel_Kardefelt-Winther/publications ]. Van Rooij and Kardefelt-Winther ( 2017 ) assert IGD as a “ new clinical disorder ” (p. 1). However, it is only new in terms of its suggested terminology and

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motivations, gratifications, and sociocultural context and not as components of a smartphone addiction. Terminology As we previously stated in the study of Carbonell and Panova ( 2017 ), the problems associated with the

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are discussed in relation to these components below. Terminology and definition have been the major points of discrepancy regarding the excessive exercise construct. Therefore, the complete concordance of participants’ opinion that excessive

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also on the consensus about the terminology to be used (e.g., “addiction,” “problematic use,” and “compulsive use”) and, in turn, on the validity of instruments used to assess these phenomena ( Pontes, Kuss, & Griffiths, 2015 ). In a recent

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refers to the unsuccessful efforts to stop engaging in the addictive behavior if the individual is trying to cease. Another frequently discussed issue concerns the different terminologies present in the scientific literature to define more or less

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.95237.78 Holmbeck , G. N. ( 1997 ). Toward terminological, conceptual, and statistical clarity in the study of mediators and moderators: Examples from the child-clinical and pediatric psychology literatures . Journal of Consulting and Clinical

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

are not able to rock climb due to injury or other reason?) and their response to climbing-related cues. To avoid leading participants, all questions were worded without the use of withdrawal terminology (e.g., craving and anhedonia

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demonstrated beneficial effects of Internet use relating to the workplace ( Caplan, 2010 ; Kim & Chung, 2014 ), or in easing loneliness and depression ( Shaw & Gant, 2002 ). Second, there is disunity in labeling and terminology; terms such as, “pathological

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terminologies and sentence wordings is needed ( Griffiths, 2013 ). The Bergen Social Media Addiction Scale (BSMAS) is a newly developed scale that overcomes the aforementioned drawbacks, because it assesses the use of social media activities more

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