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states, such as anxiety ( Kim, Lee, & Choi, 2015 ). Although technology and smartphones are often acknowledged as potential causes of a growing human disconnection with nature, there is little direct research evidence ( Fletcher, 2017 ), with few, if any

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areas as drugs ( Castillo, 2015 ). Thus, it is essential to understand the underlying mechanism behind Facebook addiction ( Andreassen & Pallesen, 2014 ; Przepiorka & Blachnio, 2016 ). This study used a survey to examine how gender, trait anxiety

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psychological damage that could be harmful ( Szabo, 1995 , 1998 , 2000 ; Yates, 1991 ). Exercise addiction incorporates both dependence and compulsion and it is a behavior that can provide either pleasure or relief from discomfort (stress, anxiety, etc

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Gustavo C. Medeiros, Daniela G. Sampaio, Eric W. Leppink, Samuel R. Chamberlain, and Jon E. Grant

, Derbyshire, Leppink, & Chamberlain, 2014 ). Subsyndromal gamblers also show high rates of depression, anxiety disorders, substance-use disorders, financial, legal, family, and professional problems ( Cunningham-Williams et al., 1998 ; Desai, 2004 ; Gerstein

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References Adams , S. K. & Kisler , T. S. ( 2013 ). Sleep quality as a mediator between technology-related sleep quality, depression, and anxiety . Cyberpsychology

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; Kraut et al., 1998 ; Selfhout, Branje, Delsing, ter Bogt, & Meeus, 2009 ), anxiety ( Dong et al., 2011 ; Selfhout et al., 2009 ), and hostility ( Gentile et al., 2011 ). Preference for online social interaction is also a prevalent issue that is related

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, and Weinstein ( 2015 ) have shown that ratings of compulsive physical exercise were positively associated with ratings of anxiety and depression among professional and recreational athletes. Second, professional athletes were more depressed than

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technology use and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, obsessive–compulsive disorder, anxiety, and depression. Age appeared to be inversely related to the addictive use of technologies. Furthermore, being female was significantly associated with

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related to many detrimental psychological and behavioral problems such as anxiety, depression, stress, impulsivity, poor sleep quality, and maladaptive behavioral difficulties ( Demirci, Akgonul, & Akpinar, 2015; Thomee, 2018 ). Based on published

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frequent adverse effects reported ( dos Santos, Balthazar, et al., 2016 ). Dysphoric reactions, such as transient disorientation, anxiety, or suspiciousness/paranoia, are rare and short-lived, and usually respond well to verbal support and disappear

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