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In our recently published article, we investigated the behavioral addiction model of obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD), by assessing three core dimensions of addiction in 38 patients with OCD and 39 healthy participants

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A significant challenge in the behavioral addictions field is assessment of behavior using self-report surveys ( King, Billieux, Carragher, & Delfabbro, 2020 ; King et al., 2024 ). Part of the difficulty lies in the complexity of the behavior

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valid conceptualization ( Hyman, 2010 ). Alternatively, a phenomenological approach has been recommended, though it is underutilized in behavioral addictions research ( Kardefelt-Winther et al., 2017 ). Consistent with this recommendation, the SSBA was

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justify seeing CSBD as a behavioral addiction. We will review the prevalence of CSBD and some of the findings regarding comorbidity with CSBD. We will then address the classification of CSBD by briefly reviewing impulsivity and compulsivity, and then we

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M. N. Potenza A. Weinstein D. A. Gorelick 2010 Introduction to behavioral addictions

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Introduction Behavioral addictions (BA) are characterized by repetitive and compulsive addictive behaviors despite the presence of disadvantageous consequences ( Derevensky, Hayman, & Lynette, 2019 ; Petry, Zajac, & Ginley, 2018 ). Those addictive

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Johannes Fuss
,
Jared W. Keeley
,
Dan J. Stein
,
Tahilia J. Rebello
,
José Ángel García
,
Peer Briken
,
Rebeca Robles
,
Chihiro Matsumoto
,
Christoph Abé
,
Joël Billieux
,
Jon E. Grant
,
Shane W. Kraus
,
Christine Lochner
,
Marc N. Potenza
, and
Geoffrey M. Reed

, kleptomania, and pyromania ( Sadler, 2015 ). Despite these conceptual criticisms, it has become increasingly clear in recent years that impulse control disorders and behavioral addictions are relevant for public health either because they are prevalent

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Diego Cuppone
,
Luis J. Gómez Pérez
,
Stefano Cardullo
,
Nicola Cellini
,
Michela Sarlo
,
Silvia Soldatesca
,
Sonia Chindamo
,
Graziella Madeo
, and
Luigi Gallimberti

Introduction Behavioral addictions (BA) are increasingly recognized as a valid category of psychiatric disorder with relevant socio-cultural and economic implications ( Robbins & Clark, 2015 ). Despite the substantial progress in research on the

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The imperative of integrating empirical and theoretical considerations when developing policy responses to Internet-gaming disorder

Commentary on: Policy responses to problematic video game use: A systematic review of current measures and future possibilities (Király et al., 2018)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Elisa Wegmann
and
Matthias Brand

attention in research and practice. Especially, the classification of gaming disorder as behavioral addiction will have major impact on the diagnostics and could improve treatment as well as prevention strategies ( Mann, Kiefer, Schellekens, & Dom, 2017

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. Z. Demetrovics M. D. Griffiths 2012 Behavioral addictions: Past, present and future Journal of Behavioral Addictions

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