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Introduction Internet gaming disorder (IGD) has been associated with significant impairments in social and personal functioning, poorly controlled craving ( Kim et al., 2018 ), excessive time spent gaming ( Dong, Zhou, & Zhao

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diagnostic category for problematic online gaming. Internet gaming disorder (IGD) is a relatively new but intensively researched concept that is currently placed in the “Emerging Measures and Models” section of the fifth edition of Diagnostic and Statistical

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Lijuan Shi
,
Yuanyuan Wang
,
Hui Yu
,
Amanda Wilson
,
Stephanie Cook
,
Zhizhou Duan
,
Ke Peng
,
Zhishan Hu
,
Jianjun Ou
,
Suqian Duan
,
Yuan Yang
,
Jiayu Ge
,
Hongyan Wang
,
Li Chen
,
Kaihong Zhao
, and
Runsen Chen

mechanisms ( Kuss, Griffiths, & Pontes, 2017 ). The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-5 (DSM-5) have proposed that there is a need to assess Internet gaming disorder (IGD), adding IGD to the ‘emerging measures and models’ section of mental

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Satoko Mihara
,
Yoneatsu Osaki
,
Aya Kinjo
,
Takanobu Matsuzaki
,
Hideki Nakayama
,
Takashi Kitayuguchi
,
Takayuki Harada
, and
Susumu Higuchi

; Sugaya, Shirasaka, Takahashi, & Kanda, 2019 ). In response to this increasingly problematic situation, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) developed and published the diagnostic criteria of internet gaming disorder (IGD) in the fifth edition of the

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Note . Weekly time spent on the Internet and gaming refer to self-reported number of hours spent on those activities during the week. SD : standard deviation; SNS: social networking site; IGD: Internet gaming disorder

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Nuria Mallorquí-Bagué
,
Fernando Fernández-Aranda
,
María Lozano-Madrid
,
Roser Granero
,
Gemma Mestre-Bach
,
Marta Baño
,
Amparo Del Pino-Gutiérrez
,
Mónica Gómez-Peña
,
Neus Aymamí
,
José M. Menchón
, and
Susana Jiménez-Murcia

, Schoenmakers, Vermulst, Van Den Eijnden, & Van De Mheen, 2011 ), as well as the conditions associated with its excessive use, namely online gambling disorder (online GD) and Internet gaming disorder (IGD). GD is a behavioral addiction characterized by

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*** Note. IGC: Internet gaming control; IGD: Internet gaming disorder. ***Significant at p  < .001. Measurement Demographic information

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gambling and Internet gaming devices and the potential harm induced by excessive Internet use, several researchers have posited that Internet gaming disorder (IGD) might be diagnostically similar to Internet-based gambling disorder (ibGD; Dowling, 2014

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some adolescents engage in extensive Internet gaming with associated difficulties in everyday functioning ( Gentile, 2009 ; King, Delfabbro, Doh, et al., 2018 ; Kuss & Griffiths, 2012 ). In 2013, Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD) was included in Section

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fifth edition of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), Internet gaming disorder (IGD) is a proposed condition (not yet a legitimate diagnosis) that refers to persistent and recurrent gaming associated with clinical impairment

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