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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Máté Kapitány-Fövény
,
Róbert Urbán
,
Gábor Varga
,
Marc N. Potenza
,
Mark D. Griffiths
,
Anna Szekely
,
Borbála Paksi
,
Bernadette Kun
,
Judit Farkas
,
Gyöngyi Kökönyei
, and
Zsolt Demetrovics

Introduction The construct of impulsivity contributes importantly to many classic personality theories ( Buss & Plomin, 1975 ; Cloninger, 1987 ; Costa & McRae, 1985 ; Eysenck & Eysenck, 1977 ; Zuckerman, 1979 ), and efforts to assess

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Giacomo Grassi
,
Stefano Pallanti
,
Lorenzo Righi
,
Martijn Figee
,
Mariska Mantione
,
Damiaan Denys
,
Daniele Piccagliani
,
Alessandro Rossi
, and
Paolo Stratta

OCD. First of all, several clinical studies suggest that impulsivity may be a feature of OCD ( Benatti, Dell’Osso, Arici, Hollander & Altamura, 2013 ; Ettelt et al., 2007 ). Moreover, a recent study demonstrated excessive self-control (the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Kristine Rømer Thomsen
,
Mette Buhl Callesen
,
Morten Hesse
,
Timo Lehmann Kvamme
,
Michael Mulbjerg Pedersen
,
Mads Uffe Pedersen
, and
Valerie Voon

Introduction Impulsivity and UPPS-P Impulsivity is broadly defined as the tendency toward rapid, poorly considered, and disinhibited decisions and actions, despite negative consequences. Impulsivity is

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health issues, such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as problems with self-esteem, interpersonal sensitivity, and impulsivity ( Andreassen et al., 2016 ; Basu

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excessive use, while these characteristics could differ from those described in MMORPGs. A growing amount of empirical evidence has tied problematic video gaming and IGD to poor self-control, e.g. impulsivity and sensation seeking traits, diminished

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Fischer A M Annus C Peterson 2007 Integration of impulsivity and positive mood to predict risky behavior

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with R–NSSI and O–NSSI. The moderating role of impulsivity Impulsivity refers to “a predisposition toward rapid, unplanned reactions to internal or external stimuli without regard to the negative consequences of these reactions for the impulsive

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problem gambling and general gambling involvement, associations with reports of personality, impulsivity, and behavioral risk-taking with magnitudes consistent with existing literature. Similar to the previous research suggesting higher rates of

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K. Lestideau M. Myquel Y. Lecrubier 2003 Anxiety and impulsivity levels identify relevant

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Yeon-Jin Kim
,
Jae A. Lim
,
Ji Yoon Lee
,
Sohee Oh
,
Sung Nyun Kim
,
Dai Jin Kim
,
Jong Eun Ha
,
Jun Soo Kwon
, and
Jung-Seok Choi

, 2006 ). Such phenomenological similarities across these disorders in terms of repetitive behavior can be viewed in terms of the spectrum between impulsivity and compulsivity. Traditionally, impulsivity and compulsivity have been proposed as

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