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start only from the consensus reached in the 1970s that exercise, despite its clear positive consequences for health, can become a pathogenic behaviour with negative consequences for a minority of individuals. However, the future incorporation of

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, social, and therapeutic effects in a healthy context ( Colder Carras et al., 2018 ; Granic, Lobel, & Engels, 2014 ; Griffiths, Kuss, & Ortiz de Gortari, 2017 ; Nuyens, Kuss, Lopez-Fernandez, & Griffiths, 2018 ). However, for a minority of individuals

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: I-Hua Chen, Chao-Ying Chen, Chieh-hsiu Liu, Daniel Kwasi Ahorsu, Mark D. Griffiths, Yu-Pin Chen, Yi-Jie Kuo, Chung-Ying Lin, Amir H. Pakpour, and Shu-Mei Wang

schoolchildren’s future school performance. However, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, schoolchildren are likely to have increased their internet use and for a minority will result in problematic internet use ( Chen, Chen, Pakpour, Lin, & Griffiths

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subjects representing the general population, that is, covering the full range of age and SES, or include ethnic minorities. Finally, investigating a rather healthy sample precluded us from examining the comorbidity of ON with other mental health disorders

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protective factors for vulnerable groups (e.g., youth, ethnic minorities, and military veterans) remains limited. In these efforts, not only should DSM-5 criteria for gambling disorder be considered, but also the criteria for gambling disorder and hazardous

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann, and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

young adult gay and bisexual men: A randomized controlled trial of a transdiagnostic minority stress approach . Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 83 , 875 – 889 . https://doi.org/10.1037/ccp0000037

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