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, 2011 ), exercise dependence ( Hausenblas & Symons Downs, 2002 ), and exercise addiction ( Terry et al., 2004 ). The two terms that have been most commonly adopted are those of exercise dependence and exercise addiction , which are

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problematic and addictive adolescent gambling behavior ( Edgren et al., 2016 ) and video gaming behavior ( King, Haagsma, Delfabbro, Gradisar, & Griffiths, 2013 ) but not for adolescent exercise addiction. Exercise addiction is characterized by

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, and stress-relief ( Berczik et al., 2012 ; Weinstein & Weinstein, 2014 ). Exercise addiction may result in physical, medical, financial, and social problems ( Berczik et al., 2012 ). Finally, individuals who are addicted to exercise will continue

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Andrea Lukács, Péter Sasvári, Beatrix Varga, and Krisztina Mayer

); however, there is no consensus on the upper limits of intensity, frequency, and duration to exercise in an optimal way. In recent decades, a new behavioral addiction called “Exercise Addiction” (EA) has been observed when exercisers overtrain and

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Introduction Scholars have asserted that exercise addiction is a psychological dysfunction in which the exerciser loses control over their exercise behaviour ( Szabo, 2010 ). The affected individual behaves compulsively

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Model fit and reliability of the Hungarian version of the Revised Exercise Addiction Inventory (EAI-R-HU)

A módosított Testedzésfüggőség Kérdőív (EAI-R-HU) magyar változatának modellillesztése és megbízhatósága

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Author: Attila Szabo

., Parastatidou , I.S ., Ruíz-Barquín , R ., & Szabo , A . ( 2016 ). Exercise addiction in athletes and leisure exercisers: The moderating role of passion . Journal of Behavioral Addictions , 5 ( 2 ), 325 – 331 . Demetrovics , Z ., & Kurimay T

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, exercise dependence, and exercise addiction. The latter term involves both compulsion and dependence ( Goodman, 1990 ), but they are used interchangeably in the literature to denote the same problem. We talk about exercise addiction when significant

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–1408. Griffiths, M. D. (1996) Behavioural addiction: an issue for everybody? Journal of Workplace Learning, 8 (3), 19–25. Griffiths, M. D. (1997) Exercise addiction: a case study. Addiction Research, 5 , 161

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Ricardo de la Vega, Irini S. Parastatidou, Roberto Ruíz-Barquín, and Attila Szabo

stress ( Stevens, Loudon, Yow, Bowden, & Humphrey, 2013 ). The need for high volume of exercise and a loss of control over it is referred to as “exercise addiction” ( Berczik et al., 2014 ; Szabo, 2010 ). Exercise addiction

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Urbán Z Demetrovics 2012 Exercise addiction: Symptoms, diagnosis, epidemiology, and etiology Substance Use & Misuse

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