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selected for their similarity in appearance and familiarity to users. There were 34 non-target/non-social media ‘filler’ apps which were selected from the remaining integrated apps and a selection from the top 25 current most downloaded apps. The social

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Romina Miranda-Olivos, Trevor Steward, Ignacio Martínez-Zalacaín, Gemma Mestre-Bach, Asier Juaneda-Seguí, Susana Jiménez-Murcia, José A. Fernández-Formoso, Nuria Vilarrasa, Misericordia Veciana de las Heras, Nuria Custal, Nuria Virgili, Rafael Lopez-Urdiales, José M. Menchón, Roser Granero, Carles Soriano-Mas, and Fernando Fernandez-Aranda

://doi.org/10.1007/s40501-015-0061-6 . 10.1007/s40501-015-0061-6 Leeman , R. F. , & Potenza , M. N. ( 2012 ). Similarities and differences between pathological gambling and substance use disorders: A focus on impulsivity and compulsivity

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

TCM have similarities and overlaps ( De Fruyt, De Wiele, & Van Heeringen, 2000 ). Another alternative model for the big personality traits is the Big Two model ( Digman, 1997 ). This model suggests that the big five traits can be combined into two

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Sleep Spindles & Cortical Up States
Authors: Tore Nielsen, Michelle Carr, Cloé Blanchette-Carrière, Louis-Philippe Marquis, Gaëlle Dumel, Elizaveta Solomonova, Sarah-Hélène Julien, Claudia Picard-Deland, and Tyna Paquette

, and Bjorness, 2010 ). Some characteristics of neural replay events during NREM sleep suggest a similarity to those seen during dreaming. For example, the finding that complete sequences are replayed much less often than that are short sequence

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. C. , & Klein , K. J. ( 2006 ). Team mental models and team performance: A field study of the effects of team mental model similarity and accuracy . Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27 ( 4 ), 403 – 418 . doi: 10.1002/job.387 10.1002/job.387

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Ji-Won Chun, Chang-Hyun Park, Jin-Young Kim, Jihye Choi, Hyun Cho, Dong Jin Jung, Kook-Jin Ahn, Jung-Seok Choi, Dai-Jin Kim, and In Young Choi

.18.1.005 Choi , S. W. , Kim , H. , Kim , G. Y. , Jeon , Y. , Park , S. , Lee , J. Y. , ( 2014a ). Similarities and differences among internet gaming disorder, gambling disorder and alcohol use disorder: A focus on impulsivity and compulsivity

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-017-9698-y . 10.1007/s10899-017-9698-y Cabeza , R. , Dolcos , F. , Graham , R. , & Nyberg , L. ( 2002 ). Similarities and differences in the neural correlates of episodic memory retrieval and working memory . NeuroImage , 16 ( 2 ), 317 – 330

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( Nunes-Neto et al., 2018 ). It is well established that addictive food consumption, compulsive overeating, and eating disorders (e.g., binge-eating disorder) share behavioral and clinical similarities as well as neural and psychological correlates, and

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appropriated primarily by Western clinicians and scientists. Although specific rituals, practices, and beliefs vary considerably across the aforementioned indigenous groups, there are also notable similarities; considered a sacred vehicle

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Lucero Munguía, Susana Jiménez-Murcia, Roser Granero, Isabel Baenas, Zaida Agüera, Isabel Sánchez, Ester Codina, Amparo del Pino-Gutiérrez, Guilia Testa, Janet Treasure, and Fernando Fernández-Aranda

. , Granero , R. , Moragas , L. , Steiger , H. , Israel , M. , Aymamí , N. , ( 2015 ). Differences and similarities between bulimia nervosa, compulsive buying and gambling disorder . European Eating Disorders Review , 23 ( 2 ), 126 – 132 . http

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