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similarities and/or differences between the reported demographics and subjective experiences using either administration routes. The alpha level of significance was set at 0.05. Phi was calculated to estimate effect sizes of significant frequency differences in

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third similarity in the two theories can be observed between Pink’s ( 2009 ) concept of purpose and Knowles’ ( 1980 ) readiness to learn , as they both tap into comparable domains: stepping beyond the self and contributing to a greater cause. Although

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. C. , & Klein , K. J. ( 2006 ). Team mental models and team performance: A field study of the effects of team mental model similarity and accuracy . Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27 ( 4 ), 403 – 418 . doi: 10.1002/job.387 10.1002/job.387

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. R. F. Leeman M. N. Potenza 2012 Similarities and differences between pathological gambling and substance use disorders: A focus on impulsivity and

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Problematic overstudying: Studyholism or study addiction?

Commentary on: Ten myths about work addiction (Griffiths et al., 2018)

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Authors: Yura Loscalzo and Marco Giannini

and text related to the obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and to the substance-use disorder (SUD), intending to present some theoretical considerations related to the similarities and differences between overstudying and these two diagnostic

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and Italy. Personality and Individual Differences, 27, 613–628. Arrindell , W. A., Luteijn , F. (2000) Similarity between intimate partners for personality traits as related to individual levels of

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): Creativity and Intelligence . In: Sternberg , R. J. (ed.): Handbook of Creativity . Cambridge , Univ. Press , 251 – 272 . 40. Vosniadou , S. , Ortony , A. ( 1989 ): Similarity and

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. The ontological realities of psychedelic entities Psychedelic entities are obviously experiences that occur. How are we to conceptualize this data with respect to ontology concerned with the nature of reality and the similarities and

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. Discussion Pyromania is currently categorized as an ICD in DSM-5 based on phenomenological similarities between these conditions (in this case, rising tension before the act of fire-setting, followed by relief or pleasure after fire-setting or watching

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2006 Branching, blending and the evolution of cultural similarities and differences among human populations Evolution and Human Behavior 27 169 184

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