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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Julian Strizek, Josefine Atzendorf, Ludwig Kraus, Karin Monshouwer, Alexandra Puhm, and Alfred Uhl

. On the other hand, common sense tells us that all individuals only have a limited amount of spare time and therefore gaming activities in adolescents may lead to fewer activities outside their own home, where substance use by minors is more likely to

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activities had not greatly changed within this period, in terms of their online capabilities and presence within the family home. To be eligible for inclusion, studies were required to include a measure of problem gaming, present data on participants aged

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.4%) had planned to take ayahuasca within the next 7–12 months. Setting: the settings differed between healing center, shaman’s or therapist’s place, retreat, private home, ceremony in nature, or urban setting. Price: 25 from 28 who had

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80 . P. Clymo 1996 Home video game playing in schoolchildren: A study of incidence and patterns of play Youth Studies

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, confirmed with a second ECG and she was discharged 9 hours later. Client 2 was discharged from emergency and had returned home. The next day she presented to emerge again to restart SROM. ‘After that first iboga treatment, I had no desire or cravings to use

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Közös szülőség a válás után: szakirodalmi áttekintés

Coparenting after divorce: A literature review

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Pilinszki Attila and Gyetvai Anna

, C. M ., Maccoby , E. E ., & Dornbusch , S. M . ( 1991 ). Caught between parents: Adolescents’ experience in divorced homes

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. Calling and texting are available through smarthphones, instant messaging, and social network site. With access to Wi-Fi, smartphones allow peers to communicate through multiple channels after school, regardless of location in the home and including the

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.12.06. Hauser , M. D. , Weiss , D. , & Marcus , G. ( 2002 ). RETRACTED: Rule learning by cotton-top tamarins . Cognition , 86 ( 1 ), B 15 –B 22 . Hayward , E. O. , & Homer , B. D

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.g., home, school, and community). Taking juveniles’ problematic smartphone use as an example, peer PSU may influence juveniles’ PSU, which in turn influences peer PSU. This is known as the peer contagion effect ( Dishion & Tipsord, 2011

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individuals (with no legal status one way or the other) in the privacy of their homes – except in the few exceptions whence a woman invites someone into her home to witness her feat ( Hansen, 1901 ; Nider, 1475 ). Furthermore, it seems apparent that until

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