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al., 2019 ). Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) as a social component have been associated with IGD. ACEs are a concept first introduced by the CDC-Kaiser Permanente Adverse Childhood Experience Study, which studied the association

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-health issue. Adverse childhood experience (ACE) is a possible early risk factor of PIU from both theoretical and empirical perspectives. According to the Interaction-Person-Cognition Executive (I-PACE) theory ( Brand, Young, Laier, Wölfling, & Potenza, 2016

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Az ártalmas gyermekkori élmények hatása a mentális és szomatikus egészségre gyermek- és serdülőkorban

The impact of adverse childhood experiences on mental and somatic health in childhood and adolescence

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Beáta Kovács-Tóth
and
Ildikó Kuritárné Szabó

]. 3 Felitti VJ, Anda RF, Nordenberg D, et al. Relationship of childhood abuse and household dysfunction to many of the leading causes of death in adults. The adverse childhood experiences (ACE

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
Ujhelyiné Nagy Anikó
and
Kuritárné Szabó Ildikó

. Alcalá , H.E. , Keim-Malpass , J. , & Mitchell , E. ( 2017 ). Colorectal cancer screening and adverse childhood experiences: Which adversities matter? . Child Abuse & Neglect , 69 , 145 – 150

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Az ártalmas gyermekkori élmények és a felnőttkori alkoholfüggőség közötti összefüggések

Relation between adverse childhood experiences and problematic alcohol consumption in adulthood

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Authors:
Sejla Gubucz-Pálfalvi
,
Tamás Kurimay
, and
Ildikó Danis

abuse and household dysfunction to many of the leading causes of death in adults. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. Am J Prev Med, 1998; 14: 245–258. 7

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cut-off score in a Hungarian sample. After determining the cut-off score of the MDS-16-HU, we intended to test its applicability as well. We used the Hungarian version of the Adverse Childhood Experience Questionnaire (ACE-10), based on two

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examine associations between pathological gambling and adverse childhood experiences AUDADIS-IV – 4 groups: 0 = non-gambling, never gambled >5 times per year in lifetime; 1 = non-problem gambling, endorsed <2 pathological

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A gyermekbántalmazás transzgenerációs hatásai.

Az egészségügyi szakdolgozók társadalmi felfogása és értékítélete

The transgenerational impact of child abuse.

Health professionals’ social perceptions and values
Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Andrea Tománé Mészáros
,
Fruzsina Egeresi
, and
István Vingender

Felitti V, Anda R, Nordenberg D, et al. Relationship of childhood abuse and household dysfunction to many of the leading causes of death in adults. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study. Am J Prev Med. 1998

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Haishan Tang
,
Yuanyuan Li
,
Wanglin Dong
,
Xiajun Guo
,
Sijia Wu
,
Chaoran Chen
, and
Guangli Lu

studies, 1,180 articles were subjected to screening. Table 1. Literature search results of each database Database Search mode Number of selected documents PubMed (adverse childhood experiences OR Adverse Childhood Experience OR Childhood Experience

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] Chapman, D. P., Whitfield, C. L., Felitti, V. J., et al.: Adverse childhood experiences and the risk of depressive disorders in adulthood. J. Affect Disord., 2004, 82 (2), 217–225. Anda, R. F., Whitfield, C. L

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