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Mobile and non-mobile Internet Use Disorder: Specific risks and possible shared Pavlovian conditioning processes. •

Commentary on: How to overcome taxonomical problems in the study of Internet use disorders and what to do with “smartphone addiction”? (Montag et al., 2019)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Tania Moretta, Shubao Chen, and Marc N. Potenza

.e., ones specifying the content of Internet use/online application) should go in parallel with the investigation of underlying common mechanisms of IUDs ( Brand et al., 2019 ), given some similarities across IUDs and the importance of better conceptualizing

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Melissa Slavin, Corey E. Pilver, Rani A. Hoff, Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Marvin A. Steinberg, Loreen Rugle, and Marc N. Potenza

Inter- and intra-gender similarities and differences in motivations for casino gambling Leisure Sciences 27 2 111 130

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students: Gender similarities and differences Archives of Sexual Behavior 40 419 427 . M. B. Short

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-based ( Shaffer et al., 2004 ) and fully acknowledge that what unites addictions is their similarities rather than their dissimilarities ( Griffiths, 2017 ). Van Rooij and Kardefelt-Winther ( 2017 ) rehearse many of the arguments they have performed before

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. K. , Choi , J. S. , & Kim , D. J. ( 2014 ). Similarities and differences among Internet gaming disorder, gambling disorder and alcohol use disorder: A focus on impulsivity and compulsivity

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M. N. Potenza 2012 Similarities and differences between pathological gambling and substance use disorders: A focus on impulsivity and compulsivity Psychopharmacology

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. S. Coren J. T. Enns 1993 Size contrast as a function of conceptual similarity between test and inducers Perception and

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) treatment barriers specifically relating to SA in the UK are yet to be formally identified; (b) there are similarities in the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for gambling disorder ( APA, 2013 ) and the proposed criteria for HD ( Kafka, 2009 ); (c) there are similarities in

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psychometric assessment instruments that were developed to be applied to any individual practising any type of exercise. This ensures that similarities or differences in the conceptualisations of problematic exercise in the assessment instruments are not due to

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Mark D. Griffiths, Zsolt Demetrovics, and Paweł A. Atroszko

Fact: Work addiction has many similarities to other behavioral addictions (e.g., gambling, gaming, shopping, sex, etc.), but also fundamentally differs from them in a critical way because it is the only behavior that individuals are typically required

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