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( Beckett, Nyrop, & Pfingst, 2006 ; Tonry, 2010 ; Welch, Payne, Chiricos, & Gertz, 2011 ), while White Americans and “model minorities” (e.g., Chinese and Japanese Americans), who have been less frequently targeted, are often perceived as the opposite

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community ( McIlroy & Storbeck, 2011 ). Those with a strong Deaf identity, however, consider deafness a state and Deaf people the members of the Deaf community: a minority group connected by the use of a common language, the national sign language, and by

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– NS Excellence of lecturers Great academic achievements 0.000 Minority/majority higher education

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acquire employability,” or minority education – just to name some). Depending of the money-giver and power position, one segment is in an oversimplified way claimed to be the total, and the others are either not seen or not valued. Carroll

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%). Participants reported a generally moderate usage pattern for their chosen psychedelic drug, with the median participant having had between 1 and 10 use occasions over the past 12 months. A minority of 7% reported 11–50 use occasions over the last 12 months

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ICD-11 Gaming Disorder: Needed and just in time or dangerous and much too early?

Commentary on: Scholars’ open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal (Aarseth et al.)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author: Wim van den Brink

)]. And just like with drinking or cannabis use, probably only a small minority of gamers develop such problems and just as with drinking and cannabis use, genetic predispositions and personality characteristics play an important role in the change from

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), under the guidance of the FDA. This site was the only one focused on the recruitment of ethnoracial minority participants meeting criteria for PTSD. The site protocol emphasized culturally sensitive and respectful treatment approaches for people of

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disorder affecting a minority of individuals. Starcevic ( 2017 ) also appears to claim that those working in the IGD field and who conceptualize IGD as an addiction assume that persistent gaming behavior is engaged in as a way of avoiding withdrawal

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Introduction Social media is increasingly being used for communicating, learning, and collaborating, and for a small minority has become a potential problematic, compulsive, and/or addictive habit ( Kuss & Griffiths, 2017

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Introduction Gambling has become a widely viewed socially acceptable form of recreation ( Stucki & Rihs-Middel, 2007 ) and is an enjoyable and harmless activity for most individuals. However, for a small minority, severe

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