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channels, were named “invisible colleges” (Crane 1972 ). In spite of the academic interest in entrepreneurship, invisible colleges, per se, have yet to be examined in depth based on a theoretically well-grounded framework. Many studies have

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Introduction The establishment of the Roma Student College Network 1 was a key education policy for the betterment and empowerment of the Hungarian Roma ( Forray ed., 2015 ). The network of 11 student colleges – funded by either Higher Education or

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P. B. Theriot 1997 The lure of casino gambling and its potential impact on college students in Mississippi College Student Affairs Journal 17

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, Wagner, Mithoefer, Jerome, & Doblin, 2010 ), nicotine addiction ( Johnson, Garcia-Romeu, Cosimano, & Griffiths, 2014 ), and additional studies with other applications are ongoing. Here, we examined the views of college student on the medicinal

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An intensive investigation of the American science advisory system failed to find indications of elite structure in the selection or patterns of service of advisors. Advisory groups cannot act as elements of the invisible college circuits thatPrice refered to. The only long term advisors areex officio members.Advisory committee growth and activity is marked by three periods: 1951 to 1957, slow growth; 1957 to 1966, rapid growth; and 1967 to 1972, no growth. Combined with the pattern of growth in numbers of eligible scientists, a perception of elite control may have been created.

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Quoted in a paper written by Lajos Turczel in 1940 entitled "Szelekció és a Bolyai-kollégium" [Selection and the Bolyai People's College] found in the archives of Politikatörténeti Intézet [Political-Historical Institute

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Lijuan Shi, Yuanyuan Wang, Hui Yu, Amanda Wilson, Stephanie Cook, Zhizhou Duan, Ke Peng, Zhishan Hu, Jianjun Ou, Suqian Duan, Yuan Yang, Jiayu Ge, Hongyan Wang, Li Chen, Kaihong Zhao, and Runsen Chen

likelihood of problematic Internet use ( Dalbudak, Evren, Aldemir, & Evren, 2014 ). Moreover, Yates et al. (2012) suggested that college students with maltreatment during childhood were at a disproportionally high risk for excessive Internet use. As a

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as establishing and maintaining relationships ( Song et al., 2014 ). In the US and Europe, SNS such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn are among the top popular, and in China people mostly use WeChat, Weibo, and Renren. In China, 90% of college

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, consumption-oriented Chinese cities ( Wong & Ahuvia, 1998 ). To address this gap, we studied psychological processes underlying compulsive buying in a large sample of Chinese college students in Hong Kong and Macau. Previous research suggested that a

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Skyler Sklenarik, Marc N. Potenza, Mateusz Gola, Ariel Kor, Shane W. Kraus, and Robert S. Astur

associated with frequent pornography use. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to determine whether an approach bias for erotic stimuli exists among college-aged males who use pornography and the extent to such a bias may relate to problematic

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