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Policy and Prevention Approaches for Disordered and Hazardous Gaming and Internet Use: an International Perspective
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An international perspective on prevention strategies for Internet gaming disorder and related health conditions (e.g., Internet addiction) as well as hazardous gaming and Internet use is presented, followed by a systematic review of quantitative research evidence. Expand
Treatment of Internet gaming disorder: An international systematic review and CONSORT evaluation.
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Study design quality has not improved over the last decade, indicating a need for greater consistency and standardization in this area, and continuing international efforts to understand the core psychopathology of gaming disorder are vital to developing a model of best practice in treatment. Expand
Internet use and problematic Internet use among adolescents in Japan: A nationwide representative survey
TLDR
This study showed that problems associated with Internet overuse have already become serious; therefore, planning and implementation of prevention and control measures is urgently required. Expand
Treatment with the Self-Discovery Camp (SDiC) improves Internet gaming disorder.
TLDR
The results demonstrate the effectiveness of the SDiC for IGD, especially regarding gaming time and self-efficacy, and age of onset may be a useful predictor of IGD prognosis. Expand
[Concurrent inpatient smoking cessation and alcohol abstinence programs for alcoholics and their outcomes].
TLDR
In conclusion, smoking status had a great impact on the drinking status of treatment-seeking alcoholic men, and smoking cessation should be recommended to smoking alcoholics. Expand
SY08-3CO-MORBIDITY OF INTERNET ADDICTION
Internet technologies have made rapid progress, bringing convenience to our daily life. On the other hand, Internet overuse (IOU) and Internet addiction (IA) have reportedly become serious health andExpand
[Survey of physicians and alcohol-dependent patients in regard to the goals of treatment of alcohol dependence].
TLDR
The number of diagnostic criteria of the ICD-10 for dependence syndrome that applied was shown to be significantly related to the judgments regarding treatment goals, however, as for Alcohol Dependence Scale (ADS), there was no significant relationship with the treatment goal. Expand
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