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The degree of an Internet addiction among school youth

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Female rock stars and addiction in autobiographies

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Internet Addiction in Adolescents

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Addiction, agency and affects – philosophical perspectives

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How Finns perceive obstacles to recovery from various addictions

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Alcohol consumption and the risk of Internet addiction in teenagers aged 13-17 years living in the urban and rural areas

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Coping strategies in individuals at risk and not at risk of mobile phone addiction

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Can Social Media Addiction Influence the Consumers’ Loyalty for a Certain Brand or Product?

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The Association between Internet Addiction and Emotional Intelligence: A Meta-Analysis Study

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Mood Changes in Physically Active Men in Situations of Imagined Discontinuation of Physical Exercises as an Indication of the Risk of Addiction to Physical Exercises

References Sachs, M. L. & Pargman D. (1997). Running addiction. In M. L. Sachs & G. W. Buffone (Eds.), Running as therapy: An integrated approach (pp. 231-254). New Jersey: Jason Aronson. Veale, D. (1995). Does primary exercise dependence really exist? In J. Annett, B. Cripps & H. Steinberg (Eds.), Exercise addiction. Motivation and participation in sport and exercise (pp. 1-5). Leicester: The British Psychological Society. Allegre, B., Souville M., Therme P. & Griffiths M

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