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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Astrid Müller, Nora M. Laskowski, Patrick Trotzke, Kathina Ali, Daniel B. Fassnacht, Martina de Zwaan, Matthias Brand, Michael Häder, and Michael Kyrios

. Most participants (round 2: 55.4%) preferred the term “compulsive buying disorder”, which may reflect the fact that it has been used since decades in the literature. However, 38.7% of the expert panel voted for “buying-shopping disorder” and a minority

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Introduction In recent years, the usage of Internet has enormously increased with most users enjoying the benefits that varied online applications offer ( Office for National Statistics, 2014 ). However, for a minority of

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reminder letters were sent to those who did not reply. All respondents received a gift certificate worth NOK 200 (approximately €24) as a compensation for taking part in the study. A small minority of individuals ( n  = 77) were excluded from the initial

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our data to suggest greater prevalence of problems related to excess SNS use in racial and ethnic minority students. Finally, it is important to note that the present sample is somewhat unique given the relatively high legal drinking age of 21 years in

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.1177/01454455980223010 Sussman , S. , Lisha , N. , & Griffiths , M. ( 2011 ). Prevalence of the addictions: A problem of the majority or the minority? Evaluation and the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Andrea Lukács, Péter Sasvári, Beatrix Varga, and Krisztina Mayer

.21 Sussman , S. , Lisha , N. , & Griffiths , M. ( 2011 ). Prevalence of the addictions: A problem of the majority or the minority? Evaluation & the

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. I. , Sevelius , J. , & Williams , M. T. ( 2019 ). The psychedelic renaissance and the limitations of a White-dominant medical framework: A call for indigenous and minority inclusion . Journal of

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whether the general community might be fully aware of the risks or harms that might be associated with this activity. This is particularly when media activity may focus primarily on a small minority of early investors who have achieved financial gains

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similar view to Chen et al. ( 2020 ) that applications on smartphones can be a source of problematic behavior among a minority of individuals. Consequently, the present study used the Smartphone Application-Based Addiction Scale (SABAS) to assess

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engaged in online activities through Internet-based media such as online games and social networks can lead to addictive behaviors in a small minority of users ( Griffiths, 2017 ). The addictive use of social networks is a specific form of “technological

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