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

, are underpinned by a universal addictive process manifesting in one or more behavioral pattern. The extent that “non-drug” or “behavioraladdictions ( Grant et al., 2010 ) resemble substance addictions is debatable ( Potenza, 2006 ), though

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implications of the model for the treatment of individuals with compulsive sexual behavior disorder . Journal of Behavioral Addictions , 7 ( 4 ), 917 – 929 . https://doi.org/10.1556/2006.7.2018.127 . Bowen , S. , Chawla , N. , Collins , S. E

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disorder (PTSD; Forman-Hoffman et al., 2018 ; Schäfer & Najavits, 2007 ). Many individuals diagnosed with an SUD also experience at least one other addictive disorder, which can include both psychoactive substances and behavioral addictions ( Bhalla

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al., 2014 ), which are similar presentations as exhibited by other behavioral addictions. Recent literature has focused on identifying the clinical characteristics of people with PSU, and have demonstrated the role of depression, social anxiety, and

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for exercise dependence (EXD) ( Coverley Veale, 1987 ). This type of behavioral addiction refers to excessive exercise that is associated with extreme preoccupation, neglect of exhaustion, maintenance of exercising in the presence of pain or physical

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Cheng Qin
,
Shuang Feng
,
Yuwen Chen
,
Xiaoyuan Liao
,
Xiaotong Cheng
,
Mingyuan Tian
,
Xinyi Zhou
,
Juan Deng
,
Yanjie Peng
,
Ke Gong
,
Kezhi Liu
,
Jing Chen
, and
Wei Lei

Introduction Internet gaming disorder (IGD) is a type of behavioral addiction that is characterized by “persistent and recurrent use of the Internet to engage in games” according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Margo Hilbrecht
,
David Baxter
,
Max Abbott
,
Per Binde
,
Luke Clark
,
David C. Hodgins
,
Darrel Manitowabi
,
Lena Quilty
,
Jessika SpÅngberg
,
Rachel Volberg
,
Douglas Walker
, and
Robert J. Williams

begin by providing a background to the Framework development, then describe its structure, and conclude by addressing the relevance of the Framework to gambling and behavioral addictions researchers. About the framework The Framework development was

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evidence a strong empirical base. For adolescent SUD, family-based interventions show a comparative superiority over individual therapies ( Tanner-Smith, Wilson, & Lipsey, 2013 ). In behavioral addictions such as gaming and gambling for instance, an

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Małgorzata Draps
,
Maria Kulesza
,
Agnieszka Glica
,
Julia Szymanowska
,
Katarzyna Lewińska
,
Weronika Żukrowska
, and
Mateusz Gola

differentiate among recreational and unregulated use of internet pornography . Journal of Behavioral Addictions , 1 – 11 . https://doi.org/10.1556/2006.8.2019.22 . Arend , I. , Rafal , R. , & Ward , R. ( 2008 ). Spatial and temporal deficits are

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Florent Wyckmans
,
Nilosmita Banerjee
,
Mélanie Saeremans
,
Ross Otto
,
Charles Kornreich
,
Laetitia Vanderijst
,
Damien Gruson
,
Vincenzo Carbone
,
Antoine Bechara
,
Tony Buchanan
, and
Xavier Noël

from recent research has also replicated these findings with PG (i.e., in the behavioral addiction of GD; Wyckmans et al., 2019 ). Wyckmans et al. (2019) demonstrated a diminished MB-system involvement coupled with an heightened MF-system involvement

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