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; Sussman et al., 2011 ), and little is known about how the co-occurrence of these addictions is associated with mental health problems (MHPs). This study investigated what proportion of variance in the severity of four MHPs – social anxiety disorder

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individuals with these mental health problems, the Internet may serve as a means of coping with negative feelings because they expect positive outcomes such as tension reduction and disinhibition from the Internet ( Brand, Laier, & Young, 2014 ; Wu et

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, Tiamiyu, & Weeks, 2018a ; Elhai, Vasquez, Lustgarten, Levine, & Hall, 2018b ; Fırat et al., 2018 ). What is less well-known is whether there are associations between problematic smartphone use and other mental health problems, such as alcohol and

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.1%), and illicit drug abuse/dependence (17.2%). For mental health disorders, the highest mean prevalence was for any type of mood disorder (37.9%), any type of anxiety disorder (37.4%), and major depression (23.1%) ( Lorains et al., 2011 ). Prior

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., & Rispensa, P. (1999). Change in self-efficacy during cardiac rehabilitation and the role of perceived overprotectiveness. Patient Education and Counseling, 38 (1), 21—32. Berry, T., & Walsh, J. (2001). Mental health and

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Introduction A substantial number of people worldwide suffer from mental health problems during their lifetime ( Kessler et al., 2005 ; Steel et al., 2014 ). The psychiatric symptoms often lead to distress, compromising

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-Being Scale. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 19, 56—70. Cotton, S., Kudel, I., Humenay R.Y., Pallerla, H., Tsevat, J., Succop, P., et al. (2009). Spiritual well-being and mental health outcomes in adolescents with or without

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family histories, suggesting neural markers of executive functioning may be related to increased vulnerability for developing alcohol use disorders in this population ( Cservenka, 2016 ). One large Internet-based assessment of mental health in college

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Egészségtudományi és Egészségfejlesztési Intézet WHO (2004). Promoting mental health: Concepts, emerging evidence, practice. Letöltve: 2014. 02. 19-én: http://www.who.int/mental_health

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provided empirical evidence about a close relationship between addictive Facebook use – a label that in the following will be used in the current study – and various variables of mental health. Addictive use of Facebook was described to be positively linked

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