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themselves and their families from unplanned or excessive gambling. Studies have reported the use of self-initiated money and cash control strategies before gambling (e.g., set a budget; leave cash or cards at home; pay bills before gambling), during gambling

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individuals who live within and nearby the affected home ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ). Although more than two thirds of individuals with HD excessively acquire items, almost all research into hoarding has focused on discarding difficulties

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.12.06. Hauser , M. D. , Weiss , D. , & Marcus , G. ( 2002 ). RETRACTED: Rule learning by cotton-top tamarins . Cognition , 86 ( 1 ), B 15 –B 22 . Hayward , E. O. , & Homer , B. D

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.4%) had planned to take ayahuasca within the next 7–12 months. Setting: the settings differed between healing center, shaman’s or therapist’s place, retreat, private home, ceremony in nature, or urban setting. Price: 25 from 28 who had

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Közös szülőség a válás után: szakirodalmi áttekintés

Coparenting after divorce: A literature review

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Pilinszki Attila and Gyetvai Anna

, C. M ., Maccoby , E. E ., & Dornbusch , S. M . ( 1991 ). Caught between parents: Adolescents’ experience in divorced homes

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80 . P. Clymo 1996 Home video game playing in schoolchildren: A study of incidence and patterns of play Youth Studies

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. Calling and texting are available through smarthphones, instant messaging, and social network site. With access to Wi-Fi, smartphones allow peers to communicate through multiple channels after school, regardless of location in the home and including the

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. , Van Keer , H. , & Gerarts , M. ( 2007 ). Primary school children’s safe and unsafe use of the Internet at home and at school: An exploratory study . Computers in Human Behavior, 23 , 2838

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for many reasons, parents did not always monitor video game use in the past, and they introduced the games early into the home. However, because of all the current negatives consequences, more or less suddenly and quite brutally for the teenager, the

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individuals (with no legal status one way or the other) in the privacy of their homes – except in the few exceptions whence a woman invites someone into her home to witness her feat ( Hansen, 1901 ; Nider, 1475 ). Furthermore, it seems apparent that until

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