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Ang, R.P., Lim, K.M., Tan, A.I.-G., Yau, T.Y. (2004): Effects of gender and sex role orientation on help-seeking attitudes. Current Psychology , 23 (3): 203–214. Asiskovitch, S. (2010): Gender and

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not examine the possibility of a gender difference in how parental attachment influences PIU. In other words, it is not at all clear whether the importance of maternal (over paternal) attachment in inhibiting PIU is applicable to problematic users of

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. Dixon , J. A. & Foster , D. H. 1997 . Gender and Hedging: From Sex Differences to Situated Practice . Journal of Psycholinguistic Research Vol. 26 . No. 1 . 89 – 107

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. B. Cook H. Hausenblas 2010 Gender differences in exercise dependence's affect on quality of life Annals of Behavioral

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—149. Kopp M., Skrabski Á., Kawachi, I., Adler, N.E. (2005): Low socioeconomic staus of the opposite gender is a risk factor for middle aged mortality. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health , 59: 675—678. Kopp M., Skrabski Á

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Sebastiano Costa, Heather A. Hausenblas, Patrizia Oliva, Francesca Cuzzocrea, and Rosalba Larcan

Gender differences in competitive runners and their motive for physical activity The European Journal of Psychiatry 17 157 171

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: J. Didziapetriene, Birute Kazbariene, B. Surinenaite, A. Krikstaponiene, A. Ulys, S. Uleckiene, N. Samalavicius, and R. Stukas

Angele MK, Frantz MC, Chaudry IH: Gender and sex hormones influence the response to trauma and sepsis — potential therapeutic approaches. Clinics 61, 479–488 (2006) Chaudry I.H. Gender and sex

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Seung-Yup Lee, Donghwan Lee, Cho Rong Nam, Da Yea Kim, Sera Park, Jun-Gun Kwon, Yong-Sil Kweon, Youngjo Lee, Dai Jin Kim, and Jung-Seok Choi

patterns were found to differ by gender among university students. Three distinct Internet and smartphone user groups were identified for each gender. Males were classified into similar low, moderate, and high addiction groups for both Internet and

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gaming skills as studies have observed that female gamers show comparable gaming skills to male gamers ( Shen, Ratan, Cai, & Leavitt, 2016 ). Gender-related differences have been observed in multiple addictive behaviors, including those relating

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Anderson, B.C. & Bulik, C.M. (2004): Gender differences in compensatory behaviors, weight and shape salience, and drive for thinness. Eating Behav. , 5 , 1

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