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intercorrelated but distinct socially aversive personality traits, namely Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy, assessed on a subclinical level ( Furnham, Richards, & Paulhus, 2013 ; Jones & Paulhus, 2014 ). People scoring high in Machiavellianism tend

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investigated user characteristics such as personality traits ( Jia, 2012 ; Landers & Lounsberry, 2006 ) as well as environmental factors such as upbringing and family environment. One set of studies in the latter stream has examined PIU through the lens of

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Rózsa Sándor, Hargitai Rita, Láng András, Hartung István, Martin László, Tamás István, Tiringer István, and Kállai János

. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 69 , 719 – 727 . Şalvarlı , Ş.İ. , & Griffiths , M.D . ( 2019 ). Internet gaming disorder and its associated personality traits: A Systematic Review Using PRISMA Guidelines . International Journal of

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personality traits, fat free mass indices, and the muscle dysmorphia inventory. Journal of Sport Behavior, 30, 453–461. Waldron J. J. Relationships between specific personality traits, fat

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B. N. Carpenter E. D. Draper J. C. Manning 2010 Exploring psychopathology, personality traits

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J. C. Manning 2010 Exploring psychopathology, personality traits, and marital distress among women married to hypersexual men Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy

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. R. N. Landers J. W. Lounsbury 2006 An investigation of Big Five and narrow personality traits in relation to Internet usage

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sina Zadra, Gallus Bischof, Bettina Besser, Anja Bischof, Christian Meyer, Ulrich John, and Hans-Jürgen Rumpf

hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, hostility or aggression, obsessive–compulsive symptoms, and anxiety disorders. Although there are some studies that discuss personality traits as risk factors for developing IA ( Kuss, 2013 ; Muller et al., 2013

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Response to “Nature fix: Addiction to outdoor activities”

R. C. Buckley’s commentary on Heirene, R. M., Shearer, D., Roderique-Davies, G., & Mellalieu, S. D. (2016). Addiction in extreme sports: An exploration of withdrawal states in rock climbers. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 5, 332–341.

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

( Buckley, 2012 ). Though, the likelihood of an individual experiencing rush when participating in extreme sports may be mediated by variations in personality traits. As Buckley suggests, sensation seeking and anxiety management are likely to moderate the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sam-Wook Choi, Hyun Kim, Ga-Young Kim, Yeongju Jeon, Su Park, Jun-Young Lee, Hee Jung, Bo Sohn, Jung-Seok Choi, and Dai-Jin Kim

). Investigating risk factors for Internet gaming disorder: A comparison of patients with addictive gaming, pathological gamblers and healthy controls regarding the big five personality traits. European Addiction Research , 20 (3), 129

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