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Adult fly collections were made in May and August 2006, from the mud of a salty lake in the Kiskunság National Park, Hungary. We collected 21,600 individuals of 62 species in May and 18,400 individuals of 81 species in August, giving a total of 103 species (only 40 appearing in both seasons). Dominant species were different in the two collections. Five species are new for the Hungarian fauna. Diversity measured by several indices was higher in the May collection. We observed simultaneously a nearly lognormal distribution and a power-law like behaviour of the abundances.

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The recent version of DIVERSI program package runs on IBM-PC compatible machines with DOS operating system or a buisness system which includes DOS client (such as WINDOWS NT, 2000, XP). All routines work with dbase data files. The program calculates diversity indices and their confidence intervals, the significance of diversity differences, index sensitivity and fit some abundance models to actual data. Quadratic entropy and members of the ESS and NESS similarity index family are also included. Hardware requirements, data file operations and examples are provided in a User's Guide. An example of calculating quadratic entropy is presented.

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Gaëlle Challet-Bouju, Bastien Perrot, Lucia Romo, Marc Valleur, David Magalon, Mélina Fatséas, Isabelle Chéreau-Boudet, Amandine Luquiens, JEU Group, Marie Grall-Bronnec, and Jean-Benoit Hardouin

” answer. DSM#: DSM criterion number in the order of the DSM-IV. YI: Youden Index = Sensitivity + Specificity − 1; performance of a diagnostic test, independently of the

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: odds ratio; Ten-Item Internet Gaming Disorder Test; SD: standard deviation; d : Cohen’s d ; BMI: body mass index; Sensitivity: indicated the proportion of true positive rates; Specificity: indicated the proportion of the true negative rates

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