Authors:Maria Nikolaidou, Danaë Stanton Fraser, and Neal Hinvest
Emerging evidence suggests that there exist similarities in the mechanisms underlying PIU and other addictions (in particular, substance dependence and pathological gambling) on a behavioral ( Grant, Potenza, Weinstein, & Gorelick, 2010
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: “psychotomimetic” ( Gouzoulis-Mayfrank et al., 1998 ) or “mystical-type” ( Griffiths, Richards, McCann, & Jesse, 2006 ).
The mysticomimetic model – which emphasizes the similarities between psychedelic drug effects and those described in the “mystical
. These substances are so similar in fact that they have identical biological effects, and even individuals well experienced in consuming all three are unable to tell them apart in blind trials ( Halberstadt, 2015 ). The level of similarity is so high that
pornographic files but never revisiting any of them ( Delmonico & Miller, 2003 ). Thisbehavior shows similarities to the tolerance and habituation effectsof substance addictions, as well as the obsessive “search andacquire” behaviors and procrastinatory