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Introduction Numerous terms have been used to describe excessive sexual behaviors, including compulsive sexual behavior, hypersexuality, sexual addiction, sexual impulsivity, and impulsive–compulsive sexual behavior. There is

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consequences in daily life. In fact, most individuals using IP show a recreational IP use without having a problematic usage pattern that results in distress or negative consequences ( Cooper, Morahan-Martin, Mathy, & Maheu, 2002 ). Impulsivity and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Norman R. Greenberg
,
Zu Wei Zhai
,
Rani A. Hoff
,
Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin
, and
Marc N. Potenza

impulsive shopping episodes, which often follow strong urges to shop and result in negative psychosocial and financial consequences ( Koran, Faber, Aboujaoude, Large, & Serpe, 2006 ). PS has not been recognized as its own disorder in the Diagnostic and

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) 10 (8; 14) 9,119.5 0.002 Impulsivity (BAARS-IV) 11 (8; 13) 9 (7; 12) 8,777 0.012 Sluggish Cognitive Time (BAARS-IV) 26 (23; 30) 24 (20; 27) 9,592.5 <0.001 ADHD childhood symptoms (BAARS-IV Total) 50 (42; 56) 45 (35; 54) 8,863 0.008 Inattention (BAARS

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players. Several risks factors have been identified, including dissociation, proneness to boredom, negative mood states and impulsivity ( Hopley, Dempsey, & Nicki, 2012 ; Hopley & Nicki, 2010 ). Impulsivity, a personality dimension defined as a

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
András N. Zsidó
,
Gergely Darnai
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Orsolya Inhóf
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Gábor Perlaki
,
Gergely Orsi
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Szilvia Anett Nagy
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Beatrix Lábadi
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Kata Lénárd
,
Norbert Kovács
,
Tamás Dóczi
, and
József Janszky

deficient self-regulation [i.e., high impulsivity, low inhibitory control, and poor decision-making abilities ( Billieux, 2012 ; Choi et al., 2014 )]. In recent years, it has been shown that trait impulsivity is often displayed by Internet addicts

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who endorse the disorder have remarkable similarities in the five major facets of personality (neuroticism, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and openness to experience) and impulsiveness with those addicted to exogenous psychoactive

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M. d'Acremont G. Ceschi A. Zermatten 2007 Does impulsivity relate to perceived dependence and

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, Spruijt-Metz, Chou, & Riggs, 2011 ; Rockloff, 2011 ; Takao, Takahashi, & Kitamura, 2009 ). Impulsivity is consistently associated with excessive and unhealthy levels of various forms of consumption. Examples include food ( Kane, Loxton, Staiger, & Dawe

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, A. J. , Luty , J. , Bogdan , N. A. , Sahakian , B. J. & Clark , L. ( 2009 ). Impulsivity and response inhibition in alcohol dependence and problem gambling . Psychopharmacology , 207 ( 1 ), 163 – 172

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