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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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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Arundhuti Das, Luca Pagliaroli, Andrea Vereczkei, Eszter Kotyuk, Banrida Langstieh, Zsolt Demetrovics, and Csaba Barta

involved in a local archery game in Meghalaya, India. The traditional sport, commonly known as “teer,” has gained widespread popularity among locals of Shillong in part due to the high odds offered by the organizers, allowing winners to take home 80 times

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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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Charlton and Danforth’s ( 2007 ) Core Addiction Scale (CAS) was used to assess IGD. The scale consists of seven items that shows various symptoms that may indicate IGD, e.g., “Arguments have sometimes arisen at home because of the time I spend on MMORPGs

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. , Van Keer , H. , & Gerarts , M. ( 2007 ). Primary school children’s safe and unsafe use of the Internet at home and at school: An exploratory study . Computers in Human Behavior, 23 , 2838

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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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won; see Supplemenetary Materials). The scratch card games presented mirrored real scratch card games available for purchase in our home jurisdictation of Ontario, and thus were taken from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation website ( OLG, 2018

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Abby L. Goldstein, Natalie Vilhena-Churchill, Sherry H. Stewart, Peter N. S. Hoaken, and Gordon L. Flett

accustomed to having unlimited access to activities without leaving their homes ( Lenhart, Purcell, Smith, & Zickuhr, 2010 ). Despite the appeal of online gambling, there are also several drawbacks, including its easy and continuous accessibility and, where

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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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adolescence’s home to the gambling facilities area on adolescents’ gambling activity, gambling belief and gambling motivation in the future . Korean Journal of Psychological and Social Issues, 12 ( 1 ), 1 – 14

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