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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Cecilie Schou Andreassen, Mark D. Griffiths, Siri Renate Gjertsen, Elfrid Krossbakken, Siri Kvam, and Ståle Pallesen

Identifying video game addiction in children and adolescents Addictive Behaviors 19 545 553 . W. Glasser

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Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) ( Higuchi, 2019; World Health Organization, 2018 ). Individuals with schizophrenia sometimes engage in potentially addictive behaviors (e.g., psychoactive substance use, gambling, gaming, etc.) as a method for coping with

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Kristine Rømer Thomsen, Mette Buhl Callesen, Morten Hesse, Timo Lehmann Kvamme, Michael Mulbjerg Pedersen, Mads Uffe Pedersen, and Valerie Voon

impulsivity in addictive behaviors Impulsivity is commonly impaired dimensionally across SUD ( Dalley et al., 2011 ; Voon & Dalley, 2016 ), and subcomponents have been shown to be a risk factor in the development of problematic substance use and SUD

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Kayla M. Joyce, Amanda Hudson, Roisin M. O’Connor, Abby L. Goldstein, Michael Ellery, Daniel S. McGrath, Tara S. Perrot, and Sherry H. Stewart

this previous work, may not generalize to females. One factor potentially influencing females’ addictive behaviors is ovarian hormone fluctuations across the menstrual cycle (MC; Moran-Santa Maria, Flanagan, & Brady, 2014 ; Terner & de Wit

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Fatih Canan, Servet Karaca, Melike Düzgün, Ayşe Merve Erdem, Esranur Karaçaylı, Nur Begüm Topan, Sang-Kyu Lee, Zu Wei Zhai, Murat Kuloğlu, and Marc N. Potenza

prenatal androgen exposure and addictive behaviors. Moreover, men with problematic video-gaming (a non-substance-related addictive behavior) exhibited lower 2D:4D ratios when compared with those with non-problematic video-gaming ( Kornhuber et al., 2013

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& Caretti, 2016 ). Our results suggest that people with low self-esteem may seek dissociation and escape from discomfort through games and therefore have a higher risk of developing addictive behaviors or experiencing negative effects due to their

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, anxiety and depression, addictive behaviors, obsessive–compulsive symptoms, personality as well as sociodemographic and health behaviors. The survey was announced as an investigation of “Health behavior, eating habits, and well-being.” The link to the

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Davide Marengo, Cornelia Sindermann, Daniela Häckel, Michele Settanni, Jon D. Elhai, and Christian Montag

individuals via the smartphone (and the respective applications) may not result in addictive behavior related to the smartphone, hence, SmUD. Therefore, social use of the smartphone seems not to contribute to SmUD ( Elhai, Hall, et al., 2017; Elhai, Levine, et

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Lijuan Shi, Yuanyuan Wang, Hui Yu, Amanda Wilson, Stephanie Cook, Zhizhou Duan, Ke Peng, Zhishan Hu, Jianjun Ou, Suqian Duan, Yuan Yang, Jiayu Ge, Hongyan Wang, Li Chen, Kaihong Zhao, and Runsen Chen

addiction symptoms among late adolescents: A moderated mediation analysis . Addictive Behaviors , 64 , 314 – 320 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2015.11.002 . 10.1016/j.addbeh.2015

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Seung-Yup Lee, Donghwan Lee, Cho Rong Nam, Da Yea Kim, Sera Park, Jun-Gun Kwon, Yong-Sil Kweon, Youngjo Lee, Dai Jin Kim, and Jung-Seok Choi

Interclass comparisons of the male subgroups showed similar results to those of the whole-group model. The dual-problem group displayed more severe psychopathology and addictive behaviors than the problematic Internet and the healthy groups (Table  5 ). The

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