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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Hyeonseok Jeong, Jin Kyoung Oh, Eun Kyoung Choi, Jooyeon Jamie Im, Sujung Yoon, Helena Knotkova, Marom Bikson, In-Uk Song, Sang Hoon Lee, and Yong-An Chung

, BSCS, BIS/BAS were assessed by linear mixed model. Group, time, and group-by-time interaction terms were included as fixed effects and within-subject factor was considered as a random effect. In addition, within-group changes were examined for each

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Hyeonseok Jeong, Jin Kyoung Oh, Eun Kyoung Choi, Jooyeon Jamie Im, Sujung Yoon, Helena Knotkova, Marom Bikson, In-Uk Song, Sang Hoon Lee, and Yong-An Chung

, BSCS, BIS/BAS were assessed by linear mixed model. Group, time, and group-by-time interaction terms were included as fixed effects and within-subject factor was considered as a random effect. In addition, within-group changes were examined for each

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symptom severity in SDQ-PR, DIKJ, SIAS, and PHOKI showing small to medium effect sizes. Table 2. Results of fixed effects parameters for change in IUD symptoms and secondary outcomes Variable Parameter Estimate SE t value P value d Primary

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size, ROE, leverage and investment opportunity. Table 5 shows the results of pool, fixed effects and random effects models regression. The pool model refers to a model without distinction of the data heterogeneity over time or individual groups; the

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Pearson's correlation coefficient. Otherwise, the fixed effects model would be used. Subgroup analyses were completed based on geographic location, students' specialty (medical students or not), sampling strategy (random sampling or not), sample size (≥500

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