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. Griffiths , M. D. ( 1995 ). Technological addictions . Clinical Psychology Forum, February , 14 - 19 . M. D. Griffiths 1996 Gambling on the Internet: A

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can be of overriding importance in the field of addictions in general, such as assertive skills or parenting styles; and of technological addictions in particular, such as parental control, have not been included in models; and (d) in terms of the

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will predict greater levels of SNS addiction and IGD symptoms (H1). In addition, several studies (e.g.,  Andreassen et al., 2013 , 2016 ; Sussman et al., 2014 ) have reported positive associations between different types of technological addictions

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Authors: Tayana Panova and Xavier Carbonell

, & Hwang, 2016 ; Lopez-Fernandez et al., 2017 ). Confusing Smartphone Addiction with Other Addictions In the discussion on technological addictions, it is important to distinguish between addictions to the Internet and

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Authors: Attila Körmendi, Zita Brutóczki, Bianka Petra Végh and Rita Székely

period. Symptoms have continuously persisted for 2 years. Griffiths ( 2000 ) described mobile phone addiction as a “technological addiction” that involves human–machine interaction

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. M D Griffiths 1995 Technological addictions Clinical Psychology Forum 76 14 19

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Griffiths, M. D. (1995). Technological addictions. Clinical Psychology Forum , February, 14–19. Griffiths M. D. Clinical Psychology Forum

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Authors: Joël Billieux, Adriano Schimmenti, Yasser Khazaal, Pierre Maurage and Alexandre Heeren

. Epub ahead of print, doi: 10.111/add.12849 Schimmenti , A. & Caretti , V. ( 2010 ). Psychic retreats or psychic pits? Unbearable states of mind and technological addiction

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). The nine IGD criteria directly map onto the six criteria of Griffiths’ components model of addiction, and which have been used to conceptualize a number of technological addictions ( Griffiths, 1995 , 2005 ). According to Griffiths, by “determining

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