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.01.021 Derbyshire , K. L. , & Grant , J. E. ( 2015 ). Compulsive sexual behavior: A review of the literature . Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 4 ( 2 ), 37 – 43 . doi: 10.1556/2006.4.2015.003 10

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programs to help parents to support their children in using the Internet in healthy and functional ways. Dr. Young was a member of editorial boards of several journals, including the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, and she was a member of the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Annica Kessling
,
Lasse David Schmidt
,
Matthias Brand
, and
Elisa Wegmann

evidence that emphasizes the involvement of implicit cognitions in behavioral addictions as well ( Chen et al., 2018 ; Snagowski & Brand, 2015 ; Trotzke, Müller, Brand, Starcke, & Steins-Loeber, 2020 ). Theoretical models on addictive behaviors, such as

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, including addictions to cocaine, heroin, and food. However, cue-induced craving for Internet gaming, which is a behavioral addiction comparable to gambling, showed right-dominated brain activation. The right-favoring lateralized correlations between BDNF and

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. This effect of implicit cognitions on addictive behaviors is supported by the results from several studies in the field of substance-use disorders (for review, see Field et al., 2014 ) and behavioral addictions ( Mechelmans et al., 2014 ). However, no

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. J. , & Griffiths , M. D. ( 2015 ). Can disordered mobile phone use be considered a behavioral addiction? An update on current evidence and a comprehensive model for future research . Current Addiction Reports, 2 ( 2 ), 156 – 162 . doi: 10.1007/s40429

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Astrid Müller
,
Nora M. Laskowski
,
Tobias A. Thomas
,
Stephanie Antons
,
Nadja Tahmassebi
,
Sabine Steins-Loeber
,
Matthias Brand
, and
Ekaterini Georgiadou

behavioral addictions (e.g., gambling disorder) may play an important role in online CBSD as well ( Brand, 2022 ; Brand, Young, Laier, Wölfling, & Potenza, 2016 ; Trotzke, Starcke, Müller, & Brand, 2019 ). The mention of CBSD in ICD-11 highlights its

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At least some individual practitioners of adventure sports, recreation, and tourism display all the characteristic criteria of powerful behavioral addiction ( Buckley, 2012 , 2015a ; Heirene, Shearer, Roderique-Davies, & Mellalieu, 2016

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) conceptualizes buying-shopping disorder as a behavioral addiction. This is reflected in the assessment of seven addiction-type symptoms (salience, modification of mood, conflict/interference due to shopping, development of tolerance, relapse, feelings of

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Introduction Gambling disorder (GD), a type of behavioral addiction, is characterized by persistent and recurrent maladaptive gambling behavior leading to significant deleterious legal, financial, and psychosocial consequences

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