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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Ferenc Túry
,
Pál Szabó
,
Szilvia Dukay-Szabó
,
Irena Szumska
,
Dávid Simon
, and
Günther Rathner

. , & Hall , P. ( 1974 ). The CAGE questionnaire: Validation of a new alcoholism screening instrument . American Journal of Psychiatry , 131 ( 10 ), 1121 – 1123 . https://doi.org/10.1176/ajp.131.10.1121 . Morgan , J.F. , Reid , F. , & Lacey , J

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-month follow-up ( t 4). All of the above scales are established screening instruments with good psychometric properties. Case Formulation Adam’s initial expression of interest in pornography appeared to be well

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. Hafeli , J. , & Schneider , C. ( 2006 ). The early detection of problem gamblers in casinos: A new screening instrument . Paper presented at the Asian Pacific Gambling Conference, Hong Kong

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. , & Benishay , D. ( 1995 ). The SPQ-B: A Brief screening instrument for schizotypal personality disorder . Journal of Personality Disorders , 9 ( 4 ), 346 – 355 . https

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prevalence estimates (10.3% in men; 7.0% in women). Given its operationalization of the phenomenon, the study might overestimate the proportion of individuals who were in need of clinical treatment. The CSBI-13 is a screening instrument developed before the

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-021-00367-7 . Sakurai , K. , Nishi , A. , Kondo , K. , Yanagida , K. , & Kawakami , N. ( 2011 ). Screening performance of K6/K10 and other screening instruments for mood and anxiety disorders in Japan . Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences , 65 ( 5 ), 434

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properties of a new screening instrument for adolescents and adults [Manuscript submitted for publication] . Burén , J. , Nutley , S. B. , Sandberg , D. , Ström Wiman , J. , & Thorell , L. B. ( 2021 ). Gaming and social media addiction in

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Satoko Mihara
,
Yoneatsu Osaki
,
Aya Kinjo
,
Takanobu Matsuzaki
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Hideki Nakayama
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Takashi Kitayuguchi
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Takayuki Harada
, and
Susumu Higuchi

IGD is assumed to significantly reduce the risk of misdiagnosis. Thirdly, psychiatric comorbidity which may influence the performance of a screening instrument was not evaluated in study participants. Lastly, the new scoring method for the IGDT-10 was

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. Regarding these studies, let us address some primary concerns: (a) there is a lack of longitudinal studies to confirm the disorder’s stability; (b) the screening instruments used are not valid for diagnosis; (c) there is a large probability of false

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of Clinical Psychiatry , 25 ( 3 ), 193 – 200 . Otto , J. L. , Smolenski , D. J. , Wilson , A. L. G. , Evatt , D. P. , Campbell , M. S. , Beech , E. H. , … Belsher , B. E. ( 2020 ). A systematic review evaluating screening instruments

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