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Authors: Henriett Nagy, Balázs Czigler, Zsuzsanna Kovács, Zsófia Anna Gaál, Roland Boha, and Márk Molnár

. , Hamada , T. , Omori , M. , Kosaka , H. , Kikuchi , M. , Yoshida , H. , Wada , Y. ( 2005 ): Changes in EEG and automatic nervous activity during meditation and their association with personality traits . International Journal of

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, and conflict), seem to be signs of non-pathological gaming ( Charlton & Danforth, 2004 ). Such high engagement in online gaming, although extensive at first glance but non-problematic at the second, is not connected to those personality traits which

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. K RUEGER , R. F. , & M ARKON , K. E. ( 2014 ). The Role of the DSM-5 Personality Trait Model in Moving Toward a Quantitative and Empirically Based Approach to Classifying Personality and Psychopathology . Annual Review of Clinical Psychology

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, reflecting latent factors of impulsive action and impulsive personality traits, respectively ( MacKillop et al., 2016 ). Thus, our results demonstrate an association between sleep problems and personality traits of impulsiveness, rather than impulsive action

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Gábor Orosz, Mária Benyó, Bernadett Berkes, Edina Nikoletti, Éva Gál, István Tóth-Király, and Beáta Bőthe

-use motivations and general personality traits were investigated as potential predictors of problematic Tinder use. In Study 3, general self-esteem, the need-related background, and Tinder-use motivations were examined as predictors of problematic Tinder

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mind” (Intento por todos los medios borrar de mi mente los recuerdos dolorosos). Personality traits Personality traits were measured through a Spanish adaptation of the Ten-Item Personality Inventory (TIPI

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-induced mystical experiences appear similar to those following spontaneous mystical experiences ( Griffiths et al., 2011 ). The mystical-type experiences associated with psilocybin have also been implicated with leading to long-term increases in personality

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-NELSON Stautz, K., & Cooper, A. (2013). Impulsivity-related personality traits and adolescent alcohol use: A meta-analytic review. Clinical Psychology Review, 33, 574–592. Steinberg, L. (2007). Risk taking in adolescence. Current

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This commentary supports the argument that there is an increasing tendency to subsume a range of excessive daily behaviors under the rubric of non-substance related behavioral addictions. The concept of behavioral addictions gained momentum in the 1990s with the recent reclassification of pathological gambling as a non-substance behavioral addiction in DSM-5 accelerating this process. The propensity to label a host of normal behaviors carried out to excess as pathological based simply on phenomenological similarities to addictive disorders will ultimately undermine the credibility of behavioral addiction as a valid construct. From a scientific perspective, anecdotal observation followed by the subsequent modification of the wording of existing substance dependence diagnostic criteria, and then searching for biopsychosocial correlates to justify classifying an excessive behavior resulting in harm as an addiction falls far short of accepted taxonomic standards. The differentiation of normal from non-substance addictive behaviors ought to be grounded in sound conceptual, theoretical and empirical methodologies. There are other more parsimonious explanations accounting for such behaviors. Consideration needs to be given to excluding the possibility that excessive behaviors are due to situational environmental/social factors, or symptomatic of an existing affective disorder such as depression or personality traits characteristic of cluster B personalities (namely, impulsivity) rather than the advocating for the establishment of new disorders.

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. International Journal of Eating Disord ers, 38 , 287—294. 23 Rossier, V., Bolognini, M., Plancharel, B., & Halfon, O. (2000). Sensation seeking: A personality trait characteristic of adolescent girls and

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