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relationships between some personality traits (such as narcissism, neuroticism, consciousness, trait aggression, sensation seeking, state and trait anxiety, etc.) and gaming addiction ( Mehroof & Griffiths, 2010 ; Müller, Beutel, Egloff, & Wölfling, 2014

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Tzu Tsun Luk, Man Ping Wang, Chen Shen, Alice Wan, Pui Hing Chau, John Oliffe, Kasisomayajula Viswanath, Sophia Siu-chee Chan, and Tai Hing Lam

personality traits like neuroticism and lower conscientiousness, mental health problems like anxiety and depression, and other attributes like low self-esteem and low self-control ability ( Billieux et al., 2015 ; De-Sola Gutiérrez et al., 2016 ; Hussain

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moderators of the relationship between media consumption and well-being. In Chapter 15, Alice E. Hall demonstrates that personality traits strongly predict media preferences and in turn, individuals with different personality characteristics respond to the

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P. Irving 2004 Personality traits in pathological gambling: Sensation seeking, deferment of gratification and competitiveness as risk factors Addiction Research & Theory

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Robert M. Heirene, David Shearer, Gareth Roderique-Davies, and Stephen D. Mellalieu

there are several parallels between them. Those with non-drug addictions share similar personality traits with drug users, including sensation seeking and impulsivity ( Di Nicola et al., 2015 ; Robbins & Clark, 2015 ). Similarities also exist in

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S. J. Kim 2008 The relationship between online game addiction and aggression, self-control and narcissistic personality traits European Psychiatry 23

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Norwegian and Polish students demonstrated good psychometric properties of the scale as well as study addiction being related to higher learning engagement, longer learning time, lower academic performance, key personality traits (higher neuroticism and

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, both behaviors show similar associations with other constructs, such as learning engagement/work engagement, longer time devoted to studying/working, lower academic/work performance, key personality traits (higher neuroticism and conscientiousness), and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Mark D. Griffiths, Zsolt Demetrovics, and Paweł A. Atroszko

addiction is so perplexing, because this personality trait is consistently linked to better health ( Bogg & Roberts, 2004 ). Taking into account, this specificity of personality correlates related to work addiction, it should be emphasized that there are few

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