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psychiatric interview for DSM-IV and ICD-10 J. Clin. Psychiatry 59 20 22 33 . Stamm & Rudolph ( 1996–97 ). The Life Status Review to

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condition for further study in Section III of the DSM-5 ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ). These developments have followed the publication of numerous studies of this condition, including epidemiological studies, neurobiological research, and

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. Enns V. Michaud 2004 Comparisons between the South Oaks Gambling Screen and a DSM-IV-based interview in a community survey of problem gambling

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Attila Körmendi, Zita Brutóczki, Bianka Petra Végh and Rita Székely

of smartphone addiction. We try to fit the case to the criteria of behavioral addiction using Griffiths’s ( 2000 ) and Goodman’s ( 1990 ) conceptions and the DSM-5 criteria of gambling disorder ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013

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. Petry , N. M. , Blanco , C. , Auriacombe , M. , Borges , G. , Bucholz , K. , Crowley , T. J. Grant , B. F. , Hasin , D. S. & O’Brien , C. ( 2014 ). An overview of and rationale for changes proposed for pathological gambling in DSM-5

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.235 IGD: Internet gaming disorder; RGU: recreational game use; IAT: Internet addiction test; DSM-5: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-5. The criteria for the selection of IGD and RGU have been reported in

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Lesieur , H. & Rosenthal , R. ( 1991 ) Pathological gambling: A review of the literature (prepared for the American Psychiatric Association Task Force on DSM-IV committee on disorders of impulse control not elsewhere classified) . Journal of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Gustavo C. Medeiros, Daniela G. Sampaio, Eric W. Leppink, Samuel R. Chamberlain and Jon E. Grant

within the United States alone ( National Gambling Impact Study Commission & James, 1999 ). Subsyndromal gambling is also a notable concern, and is defined as a significant gambling activity that does not meet full DSM-5 criteria for GD ( Grant

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sina Zadra, Gallus Bischof, Bettina Besser, Anja Bischof, Christian Meyer, Ulrich John and Hans-Jürgen Rumpf

activities, recently, growing research in IGD has contributed to its inclusion as a preliminary diagnosis in Section III of the DSM-5 ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ). The co-occurrence of psychiatric disorder with IA has been revealed by a

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conceptual framework of harmful gambling that suggested a harm-based view in order to enable analysis of gambling impact. In this study, an adapted version of the DSM-IV pathological gambling criteria ( American Psychiatric Association, 2000 ; Sproston

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