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and similarities in adolescents’ ways of coping. The Psychological Record, 51, 223—235. Pikó, B. (2010). Védőfaktorok nyomában. A káros szenvedélyek megelőzése és egészségfejlesztés serdülőkorban. Budapest: L

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Sándor Rózsa, György Purebl, Éva Susánszky, Natasa Kő, Erika Szádóczky, János Réthelyi, Ildikó Danis, Árpád Skrabski, and Mária Kopp

differences and similarities in adolescents’ ways of coping. The Psychological Record , 51: 223–235. Pikó, B., Piczil, M. (2002): Megküzdési (coping) stratégiák és a társas támogatottság összefüggése az ápolónők egészségi

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. ( 2005 ): Species-specific differences and similarities in the behaviour of hand raised dog and wolf puppies in social situations with humans . Developmental Psychobiology , 47 , 111 – 122 . 13

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Tucker's congruence coefficient as a meaningful index of factor similarity Methodology 2 57 64 . M.M. McDonald

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P. Koves L. Bernath 2002 Homogamy, genetic similarity, and imprinting; parental influence on mate choice preferences

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similarity, and imprinting: parental influence on mate choice preferences Personality and Individual Differences 33 677 690 . T

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. Linn 2009 Gender similarities in mathematics and science Science 314 599 600 . A

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A. J. Weighill 2005 Inter- and intra-gender similarities and differences in motivations for casino gambling Leisure Sciences 27 2

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Robert F. Leeman PhD, Julie A. Patock-Peckham, Rani A. Hoff, Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, Marvin A. Steinberg, Loreen J. Rugle, and Marc N. Potenza

38 232 244 . R F Leeman M N Potenza 2012 Similarities and differences

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Igor J. Pietkiewicz, Szymon Nęcki, Anna Bańbura, and Radosław Tomalski

categories: a dissociative disorder, disturbance of attention, obsessive–compulsive spectrum disorder, or behavioral addiction ( Somer, 2018 ). Maladaptive daydreamers may share certain similarities with problematic Internet gamers who play games to avoid

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