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Psychedelic entities are obviously experiences that occur. How are we to conceptualize this data with respect to ontology concerned with the nature of reality and the similarities and
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Pyromania is currently categorized as an ICD in DSM-5 based on phenomenological similarities between these conditions (in this case, rising tension before the act of ﬁre-setting, followed by relief or pleasure after fire-setting or watching
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2015 and revenue is expected to reach US$4.4 billion in 2017 ( Ruddock, 2016 ).
SCG activities have many similarities with online gambling, including the structural design of games, playing experience, music and animations, and experience of
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, 2004 ; Kabuto et al., 1993 ; Lin et al., 2010 ). Taken together, these findings suggest that various types of music may promote changes in central nervous system activity and hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal function that have similarities in different
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