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severe distress and to study if behavioral addictions are increasing problems in western society. Thus, validated tools are required to assess disease-specific symptoms in adolescents. There are now several robust psychometric tools that assess

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( Griffiths, Kuss, & Demetrovics, 2014 ; Ryan, Chester, Reece, & Xenos, 2014 ). In fact, recent research conceptualizing excessive SNS use as a behavioral addiction found that nearly 10% of students endorsed a set of criteria traditionally thought of as being

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, & Hanewinkel, 2012 ). Logistic regression throws light upon the possible links between ADHD and behavioral addictions, especially problem gambling. It also allows us to trace a profile: students with a possible ADHD are males, with a high BMI, having

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. , & Billieux , J. ( 2017 ). How can we conceptualize behavioural addiction without pathologizing common behaviors? Addiction, 112 ( 10 ), 1709 – 1715 . doi: 10.1111/add.13763 10.1111/add.13763

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these results suggest that OCD may share core behavioral component associated with addiction, and thus behavioral addiction. We submit that in light of the results reported by the authors and the available literature, these conclusions cannot be drawn

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Attila Körmendi
,
Zita Brutóczki
,
Bianka Petra Végh
, and
Rita Székely

of smartphone addiction. We try to fit the case to the criteria of behavioral addiction using Griffiths’s ( 2000 ) and Goodman’s ( 1990 ) conceptions and the DSM-5 criteria of gambling disorder ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013

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pathological gambling have been unsuccessful. As a result, the study of these issues has been investigated within the framework of behavioral addictions. Behaviors, such as shopping, gambling, working, or having sex, are socially accepted and have the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Yeon-Jin Kim
,
Jae A. Lim
,
Ji Yoon Lee
,
Sohee Oh
,
Sung Nyun Kim
,
Dai Jin Kim
,
Jong Eun Ha
,
Jun Soo Kwon
, and
Jung-Seok Choi

proposed that IGD be recognized as a behavioral addiction ( Dowling, 2014 ; Pontes, Kiraly, Demetrovics, & Griffiths, 2014 ). There have been suggested the needs for establishing diagnostic criteria of IGD as a form of unique condition, differentiating

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Ivar Snorrason
,
Ragnar P. Olafsson
,
David C. Houghton
,
Douglas W. Woods
, and
Han-Joo Lee

-drug induced sensitization ( Berridge & Robinson, 2011 ), it remains possible that incentive-sensitization theory applies to behavioral addictions (e.g., Linnet, 2014 ) such as SPD, although more empirical evidence is needed. The SPRS may also have

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development in treatment for both chemical and behavioral addictions has been evaluative research into the therapeutic effectiveness of mindfulness. Promising emergent findings exist for the use of mindfulness in treating substance/alcohol use disorders

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