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France Investigate the representations of regular poker players of the game’s special features, and their probable links with tilt and problem gambling 23 participants (0 females) • Qualitative method with

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Nicolas A. Bonfils, Marie Grall-Bronnec, Julie Caillon, Frédéric Limosin, Amine Benyamina, Henri-Jean Aubin, and Amandine Luquiens

and political aspects ( Delfabbro & King, 2017 ); others, the individual vulnerability in a medical perspective ( Livingstone et al., 2018 ). These different approaches have led to different social representations of gambling, problem gambling, and

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Scientometrics
Authors: Cathelijn J. F. Waaijer, Cornelis A. van Bochove, and Nees Jan van Eck

multidimensional scaling. An in-depth comparison of the two techniques is provided by Van Eck et al. (submitted). The comparison shows that in general the VOS technique provides more satisfactory representations of data sets than the multidimensional scaling

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the dynamic aspect of the domain, respectively. The representations of endurant and perdurant ontologies described above provide a useful way to develop our domain ontology that is well-founded, using philosophically grounded foundational ontologies

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Developments in Health Sciences
Authors: HJ Feith, Á Lehotsky, Á Lukács, E Gradvohl, R Füzi, S Darvay Mészárosné, I Krekó Bihariné, ZS Karacs, ZS Kiss Soósné, and A Falus

-specific health education programmes that are based on a creative methodology under professional supervision. The most common teaching activities are games, simple science experiments, creative representations (e.g., drawing and painting and making models), drama

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Daniel L. King, Sally M. Gainsbury, Paul H. Delfabbro, Nerilee Hing, and Brett Abarbanel

the game: Assessing the impact of cultural representations on perceptions of legitimacy . Journal of Consumer Research, 40 , 773 – 795 . 10.1086/672358 King , D. L. & Delfabbro

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self-confidence were reasons for developing IGD. Both in boys and girls, several changes occurred between T0 and T2 in their representations about IGD. Discussion This study examined the effects of a unique secondary

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is growing visibility in the past two decades of additional representations of psychedelic mushrooms in Christian art (see Brown & Brown, 2016 ; Hoffman, Ruck, & Staples, 2002 ; Irvin, 2008 ; Rush, 2011 ; Ruck, Staples, & Heinrich, 2001

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Claudia Marino, Tatiana Marci, Lucrezia Ferrante, Gianmarco Altoè, Alessio Vieno, Alessandra Simonelli, Gabriele Caselli, and Marcantonio M. Spada

metacognition in explaining PFU among adolescents. Attachment styles and PFU Attachment has been defined as a system of internalized representations based on past relational experiences with significant figures that mediates close

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attribution” revealing the likely internal states of others. The ability to assess others’ motives and intentions and the implications that these have for our self involves using our own self-models for representations of the mental states of those others

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