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lack of empirically verified models of its treatment ( Efrati & Gola, 2018 ). One review of the literature ( Efrati & Gola, 2018 ) found no controlled studies for the treatment of CSBD or problematic sexual behaviours, except for the one published in

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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

relate to possible parallel forms of associative learning that may underlie Internet-related addictive behaviors. Authors' contribution TM conducted literature searches, conceptualized the draft, and wrote the first draft of the manuscript. SC edited the

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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors: Sarah Mercer, Martin Glatz, Christiana Glettler, Anita Lämmerer, Astrid Mairitsch, Silke Puntschuh, Eva Seidl, Katja Težak, and Sabrina Turker

- or part-time teaching jobs) at a university in Austria. This inquiry connected our own professional development with the ongoing debates in the literature on the development of academic and professional identities. We understand identity as being

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( Holliday, Wall, Treasure, & Weinman, 2005; Stockford, Turner, & Cooper, 2007 ). The literature has demonstrated that IPQ-R possesses moderate to good psychometric properties despite minor revisions during scale adaptation ( Fan et al., 2017; Lam et al

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Bernadette Kun, Zsofia K. Takacs, Mara J. Richman, Mark D. Griffiths, and Zsolt Demetrovics

literature. Oates published the first academic paper on “workaholism” in 1968 and his very frequently cited book ( Oates, 1971 ) formed the basis for further research examining work addiction. Between 1968 and 2000, empirical and theoretical papers on work

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Journal of Adult Learning, Knowledge and Innovation
Authors: Veronika Bocsi, Tímea Ceglédi, Zsófia Kocsis, Karolina Eszter Kovács, Klára Kovács, Anetta Müller, Katalin Pallay, Barbara Éva Szabó, Fruzsina Szigeti, and Dorina Anna Tóth

participants, but we can attempt to distinguish the main traits. Literature Higher educational dropout became the focus of research in the 1960s and it was embodied in a theoretical form by the interactionist model of Tinto in the

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validity of most criteria and the cut-off point in DSM-5 (i.e., five of nine criteria) in identifying individuals with IGD. However, extensive concerns regarding the DSM-5 criteria have also been raised in the literature. The ICD-11 diagnostic criteria for

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closer to understanding its mechanisms if we widen our lens. The social nature of health and disease has been discussed extensively in the medical anthropology literature; when we universalize western concepts of illness, we are missing crucial pieces of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Valentin Flaudias, Sylvain Iceta, Oulmann Zerhouni, Rachel F Rodgers, Joël Billieux, Pierre-Michel Llorca, Jordane Boudesseul, Ingrid de Chazeron, Lucia Romo, Pierre Maurage, Ludovic Samalin, Laurent Bègue, Mickael Naassila, Georges Brousse, and Sébastien Guillaume

compared to those whose BMI lay towards the middle of the distribution. This is consistent with the literature (see for example Johnson, Pratt, & Wardle, 2012; Nightingale & Cassin, 2019 ). Our study has several limitations. First, the cross

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daydreaming was described more than 15 years ago, many concerns have remained regarding the aetiology, pathogenesis and treatment of the disorder. The literature of maladaptive daydreaming indicates that the etiological conceptualization of the phenomenon is

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