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Mobile and non-mobile Internet Use Disorder: Specific risks and possible shared Pavlovian conditioning processes. •

Commentary on: How to overcome taxonomical problems in the study of Internet use disorders and what to do with “smartphone addiction”? (Montag et al., 2019)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Tania Moretta, Shubao Chen, and Marc N. Potenza

.e., ones specifying the content of Internet use/online application) should go in parallel with the investigation of underlying common mechanisms of IUDs ( Brand et al., 2019 ), given some similarities across IUDs and the importance of better conceptualizing

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, with the convergence of phylogenetic analysis with cross-cultural similarity in patterns of cultural plant providing information for discovering significant phytochemicals and new drug sources. Converging cross-cultural patterns can lead to discovery of

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BERECZKEI, T., GYURIS, P., KÖVES, P. and BERNÁTH, L. (2002): Homogamy, genetic similarity, and imprinting; Parental influence on mate choice preferences. Personality and Individual Differences , 33 , 677-690. Homogamy, genetic

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reveal the extent of cultural consistency in the relationships between items and between items and their factors, suggesting similarity versus divergence in the psychological meanings assigned to various properties of MD across countries. Daydreaming and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Anja Kräplin, Stefan Scherbaum, Eva-Maria Kraft, Florian Rehbein, Gerhard Bühringer, Thomas Goschke, and Thomas Mößle

.1146/annurev-psych-122414-033457 . 10.1146/annurev-psych-122414-033457 Fauth-Bühler , M. , & Mann , K. ( 2017 ). Neurobiological correlates of internet gaming disorder: Similarities to pathological gambling . Addictive Behaviors , 64 , 349 – 356

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Kun Qin, Feifei Zhang, Taolin Chen, Lei Li, Wenbin Li, Xueling Suo, Du Lei, Graham J. Kemp, and Qiyong Gong

, Zajac, & Ginley, 2018 ). From the perspective of IGD and PG as prototypical disorders, there are substantial similarities between BAs and substance addictions in comorbidities, diagnostic criteria, cognitive features, and neural correlates

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other proposed conditions that have similarities to gaming behaviors. Many of the first tools for problematic gaming and/or GD were created by adapting measures of pathological gambling and substance use disorders ( King & Delfabbro, 2019 ); similarly

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control disorders and behavioral addictions - share not only common phenomenological but also neurobiological similarities with substance-use disorders such as the critical role of the imbalance between the impulsive (mainly ventral striatum, amygdala) and

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-related cues hijack brain motivational systems and motivate addictive behaviors over alternative ones ( Versace et al., 2017 ). The concepts of cue-reactivity and craving have been transferred from SUDs to behavioral addictions, showing several similarities

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similarity of loot boxes to gambling, and their use and enjoyment encourages interest in adult forms of traditional gambling. It is also possible that excessive spending on loot boxes can be a direct source of harm. Since video game loot boxes are a first

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