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.09, ULCI = 0.14, R 2 = 0.50) and psychopathy (c' = 0.12, LLCI = 0.09, ULCI = 0.15, R 2 = 0.50) were directly associated with higher gaming disorder scores. Bias-corrected bootstrap confidence intervals for the indirect effects by narcissism via escapism

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quality as a mediator between problematic smartphone use and health symptoms A bias-corrected bootstrap confidence interval for the indirect effect is presented in Table  2 . The results indicated significant

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anthropomorphism (M 2 ) using Model 6 from Hayes’s ( 2016 ) PROCESS v2.16 macro. This model generates the total effect, direct effect, and bias-corrected bootstrap confidence intervals for the indirect effects based on 5,000 resamples ( Hayes, 2012 ). Following the

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sentimental value, t (327) = 2.09, p  = .037, 95% CI [0.01, 0.22] predicted greater object attachment. A bias-corrected bootstrap confidence interval for the indirect effect based on 10,000 bootstrap intervals was entirely above zero for instrumental value

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