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online. 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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. Davey , G. C. L. , & Dixon . A. L. ( 1996 ). The Expectancy Bias Model of Selective Associations the Relationship of Judgements of CS Dangerousness, CS-UCS Similarity and Prior Fear to A Priori and A Posteriori Covariation Assessments . Behaviour

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Németh Adrienn Réka, Jambrik Máté, Franczia Nóra, John Balázs, Horváth Julia, Hámornik Balázs Péter, Illés Eszter, Pintér Gabriella Márta Anna, Szirtes Lili, Tóth Ágnes, Zákányi Zsófia, and Csenki Laura

dissatisfaction and self-esteem in adolescents: Similarities across gender, age, weight status, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic status . Journal of Adolesence Health , 47 ( 3 ), 290 – 296 . Bissell , K ., & Rask , A . ( 2010 ). Real women on real beauty

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): Gender differences and similarities in adolescents' way of coping. Psychological Record , 51 : 223-235. Gender differences and similarities in adolescents' way of coping Psychological Record

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Li, N.P. and Kenrick, D.T. (2006): Sex similarities and differences in preferences for short-term mates: What, whether and why. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 90, 468–489. Kenrick D

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. (2001): Does computer-generated speech manifest personality?: Experimental test of recognition, similarity-attraction, and consistency-attraction. Journal of Experimental Psychology, Applied , 7 (3), 171-181. Does computer

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obesity epidemic and food addition: Clinical similarities to drug dependence Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 44 1 56 63

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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

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. 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

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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

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