“disorders due to addictivebehaviors”. The classification of behaviors that do not involve the ingestion of a psychoactive substance as genuine addictions has wide implications for the addictivebehaviors fields as it opens up the possibility of any
). Internet gaming disorder [IGD] was included in Section III of the DSM-5 as a potentially addictivebehavior to be considered for further research ( Griffiths, King, & Demetrovics, 2014a ; Király, Griffiths, & Demetrovics, 2015 ). These fundamental changes
-isolated environment ( Hofford, Prendergast, & Bardo, 2018 ). To correspond with the current trend in the literature we adopted the term “potentially addictivebehaviours” to reflect the shared etiology and potential overlap between substance and non-substance use
Gambling and gaming disorders have been designated as “disorders due to addictivebehaviors” in the eleventh edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) ( World Health Organization
In their article “Which conditions should be considered as disorders in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) designation of ‘other specified disorders due to addictivebehaviours’”, Brand et al. (2022) provide three
( Adams, 2009 ; Hausenblas & Downs, 2002a ), studies concerning the potential overlap between EXD and other addictivebehaviors are still more than scarce. Lejoyeux et al. (2008) investigated EXD and its relation to other addictions among clients of a
addictivebehavior. Finally, we sought to identify awareness and utilization of treatment and support services to the homeless population in relation to gambling.
Participants ( n = 72