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behavior is a valid one, particularly, if the guiding criteria are poor. One important way in which the proposed description of ICD-11 Gaming Disorder limits the risk of overdiagnosis is by its explicit reference to the presence of a gaming behavior pattern
academic performance. Considering peers, answers could also have been influenced by a side of social comparison which has an effect on self-perception, even though this did not appear explicitly in the interview. Elements of this sort of social comparison
Countable words conveying a numeric code and are subject to accountability not quantified explicitly are amenable graduation and become potentially gradable. There are two types of graduation of words: implicitly and explicitly graded words emerging as a result of quantification. The meaning of each lexical unit is implemented in three main areas: graduation, modality, and modal-estimated.
success; provided an inventory and categorization of national policies explicitly designed to improve study success; and examined national indicators and metrics associated with study success and considered their relevance for European comparisons
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circumstances; and (b) a controlled (or explicit) system comprised cognitions amenable to introspection and deliberate decision-making processes. With respect to addictive behaviors, the controlled system may be overridden by the automatic system. In the context