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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Daniel L. King, Paul H. Delfabbro, Joel Billieux, and Marc N. Potenza

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has significantly disrupted normal activities globally. Stay-at-home mandates and quarantines have increased consumption of digital entertainment, particularly online gaming and related activities (e.g., esports

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Deborah Louise Sinclair, Wouter Vanderplasschen, Shazly Savahl, Maria Florence, David Best, and Steve Sussman

Introduction The global spread of COVID-19, subsequent stay-at-home requirements, long-term isolation, and spatial distancing measures present additional challenges for persons in recovery ( Marsden et al., 2020 ). In South Africa, the epicenter of

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Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS) community of Colorado City. For the majority of her life in Colorado City, she lived with her brothers and sisters in a three-bedroom trailer on the outskirts of town. Her home was surrounded by weeds and red dirt; she

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et al., 2020 ; Ko & Yen, 2020 ) to help them meet basic psychosocial needs during the “stay-at-home” period brought about by the pandemic. However, since the COVID-19 pandemic is a prominent life stressor, children and adolescents may choose to play

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Ricardo B. Viana, Rodrigo L. Vancini, Wellington F. Silva, Naiane S. Morais, Vinnycius N. de Oliveira, Marília S. Andrade, and Claudio A. B. de Lira

online gaming due to stay-at-home mandates and quarantines related to the COVID-19 outbreak. Although significant increases in gaming may not always be beneficial ( King, Koster, & Billieux, 2019 ), we would like to call attention to a specific type of

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influenced many people in multiple ways. Pandemic-related social, financial, health, occupational, and other stressors may impact people's motivations to engage in potentially addictive behaviors, including on the internet ( Bonenberger, 2019 ). During stay-at-home

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outdoor activities and community events involving social interaction are prohibited, at-home activities, such as table games or home exercise, should be designed and provided. Furthermore, rather than playing mainstream video games, educational video games

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three main outcomes of a soccer match (home win, draw, away win, called “home-draw-away” bets here), this research initially found a constant bookmaker profit margin of 10.5% in the late 1990s ( Forrest & Simmons, 2001; Kuypers, 2000 ). Online gambling

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Considering existing classic and contemporary proposals for preventing online addiction problems: Some old recipes for new problems. •

Commentary on: Problematic risk-taking involving emerging technologies: A stakeholder framework to minimize harms (Swanton et al., 2019)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author: Olatz Lopez-Fernandez

strategies to self-control SNS uses: Brevers, & Turel, 2019 ). Families, guardians, caregivers or significant others such a sibling, partner or friend (e.g. ‘keeping an eye’ on time spent online in-home and having conversations about online uses: Lopez

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. Appendix 1 Full-text versions of the 6 scenarios Social Support: Safe condition* You walk down the carpeted hall and turn the doorknob, happy to find that it's not locked because your partner must be home. As you push open the door, savory spices

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