normality is clearly defined and only a minority of cases with significant impairment are diagnosed with gaming disorder.
Aarseth et al. have also mentioned lack of consensus on the symptomatology and consistency in assessment of gaming disorder. We
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investigated. Despite differing opinions as whether to consider problematic online activities, other than Internet Gaming Disorder, as behavioral addictions ( Mann, Kiefer, Schellekens, & Dom, 2017 ), empirical evidence suggests that a small minority of
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unemployed members of ethnic minority groups ( Volberg et al., 2001 ). Early exposure to gambling has been shown to be a significant predictor and risk factor for later gambling and other risky behaviors. Specifically, results from Burge, Pietrzak, and Petry
benefits of media representations about gender are discussed in this chapter. Chapter 31, authored by Dana Mastro, addresses the well-being of racial minorities in the context of media representations through exciting examples. For instance, an experiment