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.09.017 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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Sleep Spindles & Cortical Up States
Authors: Róbert Bódizs, Ferenc Gombos, Péter P. Ujma, Sára Szakadát, Piroska Sándor, Péter Simor, Adrián Pótári, Boris’ Nikolai Konrad, Lisa Genzel, Axel Steiger, Martin Dresler, and Ilona Kovács

language lateralization of the majority of both right- and left-handers is left hemispheric (96% and 76%, respectively). Only a minority of the left-hander subjects are characterized by a weak (8%) or strong (2%) right hemispheric language dominance ( Pujol

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Expanding on the multidisciplinary stakeholder framework to minimize harms for problematic risk-taking involving emerging technologies. •

Commentary on: Problematic risk-taking involving emerging technologies: A stakeholder framework to minimize harms (Swanton et al., 2019)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Jing Shi, Mark van der Maas, Nigel E. Turner, and Marc N. Potenza

experiencing problems often show low rates of treatment engagement. For example, a minority (perhaps 10%) of individuals with problem gambling report seeking professional help or support from peer organizations such as Gamblers Anonymous ( Suurvali, Hodgins

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

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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that SNS and video games can contribute to psychosocial impairments and behavioral dysfunction in a minority of users, including young adolescents who may use these technologies excessively and unhealthily given their current developmental stage

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frequency at baseline and 30 days later. A small minority of the participants reported no gambling problems (16%), with the majority classed on the PGSI as experiencing low-risk (23%), moderate-risk (39%) and problem gambling (23%). Harrigan et al. (2010

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Eduardo Ekman Schenberg, Maria Angélica de Castro Comis, João Felipe Morel Alexandre, Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves, Luís Fernando Tófoli, and Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

between 1990 and 2010, while alcohol drinking increased from eighth to fifth in the same period ( Lim et al., 2012 ), alone contributing to 9.6% of mental health DALY ( Degenhardt et al., 2013 ; Whiteford et al., 2013 ). A minority of these users develop

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Joseph Studer, Simon Marmet, Gerhard Gmel, Matthias Wicki, Florian Labhart, Céline Gachoud, Jean-Bernard Daeppen, and Nicolas Bertholet

in daily routines and stress caused by the crisis. However, for a minority of users, high involvement may progress into long-lasting problematic patterns of use. Professionals and policymakers may play a role to limit involvement in these activities

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, activities engaged through the medium of Internet appear to elicit addictive behaviors (e.g., gambling, gaming, and networking) in a small minority of individuals ( Griffiths, 2017 ; Griffiths & Szabo, 2013 ). Addiction to such Internet-related activities

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completed their education with a college degree or higher (25.6%). A considerable proportion of participants were students during the data collection (38.4%), whereas 36.2% had a full-time or a part-time job, and 21.1% studied and worked. Only a minority of

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