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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Skyler Sklenarik
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Marc N. Potenza
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Mateusz Gola
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Ariel Kor
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Shane W. Kraus
, and
Robert S. Astur

, identifying implicit responses and biases that likely contribute to the development and maintenance of addictive behaviors ( Field & Cox, 2008 ). Associations between subconscious cognitive biases and addictive behaviors have been found using cross

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Melissa Slavin
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Corey E. Pilver
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Rani A. Hoff
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Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin
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Marvin A. Steinberg
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Loreen Rugle
, and
Marc N. Potenza

Addictive Behaviors 23 1 113 121 . J. E. Grant M. N. Potenza

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N. M. Petry 2002 Disordered gambling among university-based medical and dental patients: A focus on Internet gambling Psychology of Addictive Behaviors

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dimensions of impulsivity: Implications for substance misuse . Addictive Behaviors , 29 , 1389 – 1405 . Dawson , D. A. , Smith , S. M. , Saha , T. D. , Rubinsky , A. D. & Grant

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Rune A. Mentzoni
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Jon Christian Laberg
,
Geir Scott Brunborg
,
Helge Molde
, and
Ståle Pallesen

J. P. Whelan 2002 Development and validation of the Gamblers' Beliefs Questionnaire Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 16 143

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Self-identified addictions and emotional disturbances in a sample of college students Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 1 55 61

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, and classification accuracy of the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS) Addictive Behaviors 27 1 1 19 . H

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ICD-11 ( World Health Organization, 2017 ) as “Disorders Due to Addictive Behaviors.” Thus, poorly controlled Internet use may share mechanisms of underlying impaired control over gambling or substance use. Dual-process models of addiction

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addiction but also may be a key factor uncovering the mechanism underlying PIU. Cravings are the subjective perception of a motivational state characterized by an uncontrollable urge to participate in addictive behavior ( Sayette, Shiffman, Tiffany, Niaura

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