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. Sahakian E. Hollander 2010 Probing compulsive and impulsive behaviours, from animal models to endophenotypes: A narrative review

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associated with elevated scores on questionnaire measures of dispositional impulsivity, in particular with the incapacity to suppress a dominant response under strong affect (urgency), the tendency to act without thinking (lack of premeditation), and the

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. (2012) Polymorphism in the tyrosine hydroxylase (TH) gene is associated with activity-impulsivity in German shepherd dogs. PLoS One, 7, e30271. Miklósi Polymorphism in the tyrosine

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control disorders and behavioral addictions - share not only common phenomenological but also neurobiological similarities with substance-use disorders such as the critical role of the imbalance between the impulsive (mainly ventral striatum, amygdala) and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Natale Canale
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Tania Moretta
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Luca Pancani
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Giulia Buodo
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Alessio Vieno
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Mario Dalmaso
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Joël Billieux

developmental pathways to PSU, each being associated with distinct psychosocial and psychopathological variables: (1) the excessive reassurance pathway, (2) the impulsive pathway and (3) the extraversion pathway. The excessive reassurance pathway comprises

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, cyberbullying perpetration, and meeting strangers online, along with the role of impulsivity–irresponsibility in adolescence as a possible mechanism that explains the relationship between them. Problematic Internet use involves a loss of control over the

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Orientation (NPO), and (b) problem-solving styles (i.e. Rationality (RS), Impulsivity (IS, and Avoidance (AS)). These dimensions are the focus of our research, and they are mentioned elaborately below. PPO In PPO, Individuals tend to regard their problems as

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actual college students were born in the “one-child policy” era and being from single-child families, they display impulsiveness and inability to withstand negative life compared with individuals of the same age but with siblings ( Li et al., 2014; Luo

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Maja Finkenstaedt
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Daniel Biedermann
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Johanna Schröder
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Rose Gholami Mazinan
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Johannes Fuss
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Sarah V. Biedermann

Introduction Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is defined by impulsive behavior, unstable relationships with others, and difficulties with emotion regulation and self-image ( American Psychiatric Association, 2022 ). Sexuality and sexual risk

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