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class setting. One parent or guardian per each participating child completed self-administered questionnaires at participants’ homes or in a private space in their child’s school based on the participant’s preference at baseline. Presence of high risk of

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on its low endorsement among clinical populations, and this has been confirmed by other research studies ( King et al., 2013 ; Ko et al., 2014 ) that excluded this criterion. Gamers (who typically play at home) need to live with other people for this

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, selection biases may have occurred. For instance, this method of data collection may exclude adolescents who are home-schooled, go to private school, or may have dropped-out of school. Further, participation in the survey is still dependent on parent and

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 al., 2015 ). A part of the initial sample was interviewed face-to-face for a second time. These interviews were conducted either at the homes of the participants or, if desired, at another convenient location in their hometown. Interviews were carried out by

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between gambling group and each sociodemographic variable, is presented in Table  1 . There were no significant differences between gambling groups across race, sex, age, marital status, employment status, home ownership, education, or mean monthly income

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Daily Hassles Scale for children in Korea . Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association, 33 ( 4 ), 49 – 64 . Heo , J. , Oh , J

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spouse, he would go directly home and eject the contents of his stomach into a vessel of water, which then he placed out of doors to cool and collect; and from the rich, floating vomit his wife and children would afterward enjoy a hearty meal ” ( Melville

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.86352.47 Blaszczynski , A. , Drobny , J. , & Steel , Z. ( 2005 ). Home-based imaginal desensitisation in pathological gambling: Short-term outcomes . Behaviour

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restriction was parents telling the adolescent which home rules applied for accessing the Internet and playing games: when, where, and for how long. Other types included locking away the equipment, installing technical aids to limit screen access, or punishing

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Denmark were 0.14% for pathological gamblers, 0.3% for problem gamblers, and 1.9% for at-risk gamblers. With regard to demographics, men, individuals aged between 18 and 44 years, single or unmarried individual, and individuals living in a home without

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