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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Attila Körmendi, Zita Brutóczki, Bianka Petra Végh, and Rita Székely

: E1. Frequent preoccupation with the behavior or with activity that is preparatory to the behavior. She always charges her phone before leaving and has a spare battery for longer trips. If she leaves her phone at home, she returns for

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

). Participants Peter (his real name has been changed to ensure confidentiality), aged 25 years, is a single Caucasian male who has moved out of the family home and lives with a flatmate. He is about to complete an IT degree. He uses alcohol rarely and

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potential and the human condition. After reaching this peak, I began the gradual process of “coming down” from the trip and slowly returning to ordinary reality. I arrived home that morning, having not gone to sleep. I was waiting until 11:00 a

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330 342 Hochschild, A. R. (1989) The second shift: Working parents and the revolution at home. Viking Penguin, New York The second

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. Ego measures The respondents (henceforth egos ) provided information about their own demographics (age, gender, main language spoken at home, country of birth, highest level of education, number of dependent children living with them, work

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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

, buying a lottery ticket, playing keno or playing cards at home – as well as playing the pokies [electronic gaming machines (EGMs)] or betting on sports.” Those who responded “yes” were asked to indicate the frequency (per month) for different gambling

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-efficacy for 12 of the 18 situations. Specifically, those who typically viewed pornography once per week or less had significantly higher self-efficacy they could avoid using pornography when alone at home, experiencing different types of emotional states (e

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these positive experiences ( Andreassen et al., 2012 ; Brailovskaia, Schillack, et al., 2018 ; Marino et al., 2018 ). To satisfy this desire, affected persons tend to increase the time spent on Facebook and to neglect their responsibilities at home and

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safe to leave, they will be allowed home accompanied by a previously identified significant other. In the event of adverse psychological or physiological drug-mediated events, a safety protocol, including the option of admission to hospital will be

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, including “Can you use the Internet at home?,” “Can you use the Internet at school?,” “Is there an Internet Café near your home or school?,” and “Do you often see commercials or media that encourage you to use the Internet?”). Higher scores indicated a

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