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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sawitri Assanangkornchai, Edward B. McNeil, Nopporn Tantirangsee, Phunnapa Kittirattanapaiboon, and Thai National Mental Health Survey Team

gambling has been conducted in Thailand. Using data from the National Mental Health Survey in 2013, this study aimed to examine the prevalence of problem and pathological gambling, gender and age-group differences in gambling types, and comorbidities with

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Victoria Manning, Nicki. A. Dowling, Stuart Lee, Simone Rodda, Joshua Benjamin Bernard Garfield, Rachel Volberg, Jayashri Kulkarni, and Dan Ian Lubman

consistently revealed high rates of comorbidity between gambling and mental health disorders. These studies reveal a high prevalence of mental health conditions among problem and/or pathological gamblers in general population samples (57.5% comorbid substance

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sustainable environment: Extending our reach to a grand challenge of society. American Psychologist, 64 (5), 339–356. Keyes, C.L.M. (2007). Promoting and protecting mental health as flourishing. A complementary strategy for

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; Sussman et al., 2011 ), and little is known about how the co-occurrence of these addictions is associated with mental health problems (MHPs). This study investigated what proportion of variance in the severity of four MHPs – social anxiety disorder

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individuals with these mental health problems, the Internet may serve as a means of coping with negative feelings because they expect positive outcomes such as tension reduction and disinhibition from the Internet ( Brand, Laier, & Young, 2014 ; Wu et

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, Tiamiyu, & Weeks, 2018a ; Elhai, Vasquez, Lustgarten, Levine, & Hall, 2018b ; Fırat et al., 2018 ). What is less well-known is whether there are associations between problematic smartphone use and other mental health problems, such as alcohol and

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.1%), and illicit drug abuse/dependence (17.2%). For mental health disorders, the highest mean prevalence was for any type of mood disorder (37.9%), any type of anxiety disorder (37.4%), and major depression (23.1%) ( Lorains et al., 2011 ). Prior

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Introduction A substantial number of people worldwide suffer from mental health problems during their lifetime ( Kessler et al., 2005 ; Steel et al., 2014 ). The psychiatric symptoms often lead to distress, compromising

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family histories, suggesting neural markers of executive functioning may be related to increased vulnerability for developing alcohol use disorders in this population ( Cservenka, 2016 ). One large Internet-based assessment of mental health in college

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provided empirical evidence about a close relationship between addictive Facebook use – a label that in the following will be used in the current study – and various variables of mental health. Addictive use of Facebook was described to be positively linked

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