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. Mifsud , M. ( 2011 ). The relationship of teachers’ and students’ motivation in ELT in Malta: A mixed methods study (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Nottingham , Nottingham, UK. OECD

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Beáta Bőthe, Marc N. Potenza, Mark D. Griffiths, Shane W. Kraus, Verena Klein, Johannes Fuss, and Zsolt Demetrovics

scales with mixed methods . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 17 ( 2 ), 1 – 14 . https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17020488 . Cheung , G. W. , & Rensvold , R. B. ( 2002 ). Evaluating goodness-of-fit indexes for

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Ferenc Túry, Pál Szabó, Szilvia Dukay-Szabó, Irena Szumska, Dávid Simon, and Günther Rathner

using a mixed method design (paper-pencil and online questionnaires), which makes comparability less feasible. Epidemiological studies of EDs face several methodological problems. These must be heeded when evaluating the results. The low prevalence of

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being used for assessments and may contribute to an overestimation in the associations found in the present study. Future studies should therefore use mixed-methods to assess self-stigma and psychological distress. For example, using self-reports to

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Hoffman , B. , & Nadelson , L. ( 2010 ). Motivational engagement and video gaming: A mixed methods study . Educational Technology Research and Development, 58 ( 3 ), 245 – 270 . doi: 10.1007/s

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: A mixed method study by systematic-review and meta-analysis approach . International Journal of Preventive Medicine, 5 ( 12 ), 1500 – 1511 . doi: 10.11648/j.ijnfs.20150404.12 Davis

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. , & Hussain , Z. ( 2015 ). Smartphone use, addiction, narcissism, and personality: A mixed methods investigation . International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 5 ( 1 ), 17 – 32 . doi: 10.4018/ijcbpl.2015010102 10

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.4 for women and 33.1 for men), future studies should examine possible gender-related differences using RC scales that distinguish RC domains or through other methodologies such as qualitative and mixed methods approaches. Such studies may help determine

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? In addressing this research question, we used a mixed-methods approach to increase transferability. In “Methods” section, we introduce two studies: clustering analysis and focus group interview . The “Results” section reports on the usage types

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data were collected via self-report questionnaires in a self-selected sample that are prone to well-known biases and limitations. Future studies should use more in-depth tools such as qualitative or mixed methods among bigger and more representative

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