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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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. , Ryu , C. S. , & Kim , B. H. ( 2007 ). Korean youth happiness index development and research report . Seoul, Korea : Happy Home Foundation . Barratt , E. S. , & White , R. ( 1969 ). Impulsiveness and anxiety related to medical students

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Full-time student 2.5 4.8 8.6 6.7 4.3 26 Full-time home duties 5

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Nicolas A. Bonfils, Marie Grall-Bronnec, Julie Caillon, Frédéric Limosin, Amine Benyamina, Henri-Jean Aubin, and Amandine Luquiens

, to give, family, alone, to fill somebody in, people, to love, contact, action, to keep in, work, to meet up with, need, retirement, and home; cluster 2 financial pressure : small, flat, sold, to pay, loan, debt, to reimburse, judge, danger, car, to

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.1037/1040-3590.10.2.176 Aquilino , W. S. , & Supple , K. R. ( 1991 ). Parent-child relations and parent’s satisfaction with living arrangements when adult children live at home . Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53

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is not practically possible to have all parents informed – many of the participants lived in school dorm and might only go home every several weeks or months – we only obtained school principals’ and teachers’ approval, which is in line with the

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players consider that Internet improves game conditions ( Eroukmanoff et al., 2014 ). The main advantages reported are playing at home, privacy in the playing environment, freedom to smoke, and the opportunity to gain experience quickly compared with

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; Upadhayay & Guragain, 2017 ; Younes et al., 2016 ). The hikikomori syndrome (i.e., social withdrawal, cooping oneself up in one’s own home, and not participating in society for 6 months or longer) is also linked to increased Internet consumption, but it is

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questionnaires individually or in small groups under the supervision of an experimenter. Inclusion criteria were that exerciser had trained for at least 6 consecutive months, lived at home with both parents, and were at least 18 years of age. Of the 424

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-based devices at homes. Almost all individuals with IA spend considerable lengths of time on Internet activities; IA is strongly associated with Internet overuse ( Aktepe et al., 2013 ; Koyuncu et al., 2014 ; Mihara et al., 2016 ). The onset of IA

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