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and credit, whereas the ratios are generally lower for behaviors relating to duration and intensity. A correlation analysis showed that the ratios observed for 2013 were highly correlated with those obtained for the same items administered in the 2007

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Victoria Manning, Nicki. A. Dowling, Stuart Lee, Simone Rodda, Joshua Benjamin Bernard Garfield, Rachel Volberg, Jayashri Kulkarni, and Dan Ian Lubman

. , & Hammond , S. ( 2017 ). Investigating the multivariate relationship between impulsivity and psychopathy using canonical correlation analysis . Personality and Individual Differences, 111, 187 – 192 . doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2017.02.025 10.1016/j

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.02. Concurrent validity was tested by correlational analysis, whereas Cronbach’s αs were computed to ensure the internal consistency of the (sub)scale. Since different types of gamers are expected to exhibit different configurations of IGD symptoms

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increased FPN/CON connections in males with versus without IGD reflects a male-IGD-specific “fuzzy boundary” between these two brain networks that may relate to relevant features of IGD in males. Correlation analysis suggested a positive association between

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, descriptive statistics regarding general smartphone use were calculated. Then, correlational analysis was conducted. Finally, to delineate the factors underlying problematic smartphone use, multiple regression analysis was performed using problematic

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Damien Brevers, Jennifer Foucart, Ofir Turel, Anais Bertrand, Mikael Alaerts, Paul Verbanck, Charles Kornreich, and Antoine Bechara

individualized self-control behaviors. In addition, an exploratory correlation analysis revealed moderate to large correlation coefficients between trait self-control and impulsivity, indicating that the higher trait self-control was, the lower the self

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. G. , & Aiken , L. S. ( 2003 ). Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral sciences . Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates . Cohen , S

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. , & Aiken , L. S. ( 2003 ). Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral science ( 3rd ed. ). Mahwah, NJ : Lawrence Erlbaum . Conklin , C. A. , Robbins , N. , Perkins , K. A. , Salkeld , R. P. , & McClernon , F. J

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. , Cohen , P. , West , S. G. , & Aiken , L. S. ( 2003 ). Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral science ( 3rd ed

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). Standardized root mean squared residual (SRMR), was also computed, with its value <0.08 representing an acceptable fit. Descriptive statistics, internal consistency (≥0.70 representing a satisfactory reliability; Cortina, 1993 ), and correlation analysis were

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