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2015 and revenue is expected to reach US$4.4 billion in 2017 ( Ruddock, 2016 ). SCG activities have many similarities with online gambling, including the structural design of games, playing experience, music and animations, and experience of

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Abraham Hafiz Rodriguez, Sarah Nath Zallek, Michael Xu, Jean Aldag, Lori Russel-Chapin, Tobias A. Mattei, and Norman Scott Litofsky

, 2004 ; Kabuto et al., 1993 ; Lin et al., 2010 ). Taken together, these findings suggest that various types of music may promote changes in central nervous system activity and hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal function that have similarities in different

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( Burns & Marks, 2013 ; Gavriel-Fried, 2018 ; Laudet & White, 2008 ). There exist little data on gender-related similarities and differences in RC in general and none for GD. One quantitative study did not find a relationship between RC and

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–47. Cannoni, E., & Di Norcia, A. (2008). L’immagine di sé nella salute e nella malattia: uno studio empirico in bambini dai 6 agli 11 anni. Rassegna di Psicologia, 25 (3), 67–88. Clark, M., & Drewry, D. (1985). Similarity and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Skyler Sklenarik, Marc N. Potenza, Mateusz Gola, Ariel Kor, Shane W. Kraus, and Robert S. Astur

extent to which frequent or problematic pornography use may exhibit clinically relevant similarities with or differences from other addictive behaviors. The use of experimental designs may help illuminate clinical features or behavioral tendencies

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; Monaghan, 2009 ). It is a modified form of gambling that provides rapid feedback and easy access to a number of betting options ( Gainsbury et al., 2015 ; Monaghan, 2009 ). Given the similarities in clinical symptoms between excessive use of both Internet

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Eduardo Ekman Schenberg, Maria Angélica de Castro Comis, João Felipe Morel Alexandre, Luís Fernando Tófoli, Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves, and Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

, the excerpts above indicate that the narratives of ibogaine’s experiences frequently have similarities to dream reports. Thus, the suggestion that the subjective experience induced by ibogaine has oneirogen or oneiric properties, i

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possibly mirrors the transition between healthy and addicted Internet use. Including a group of problematic Internet users might contribute to clarifying whether there are similarities between problematic and addicted Internet users or whether problematic

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Index of Factor Similarity . Methodology , 2 ( 2 ), 57 – 64 . DOI 10.1027/1614-1881.2.2.57 . Luyckx , K. , Soenens , B. , Vansteenkiste , M. , Groossens , L. , & Berzonsky , M. D. ( 2007 ). Parental psychological control and dimension of

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According to an influential theory in cultural evolution, within-group similarity of culture is explained by a human ‘conformist-bias’, which is a hypothesized evolved predisposition to preferentially follow a member of the majority when acquiring ideas and behaviours. However, this notion has little support from social psychological research. In fact, a major theory in social psychology (Latané and Wolf (1981) argues for what is in effect a ‘nonconformist-bias’: by analogy to standard psychophysics they predict minority sources of influence to have relatively greater impact than majority sources. Here we present a new mathematical model and an experiment on social influence, both specifically designed to test these competing predictions. The results are in line with nonconformism. Finally, we discuss within-group similarity and suggest that it is not a general phenomenon but must be studied trait by trait.

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