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Heroin addicts have higher discount rates for delayed rewards than non-drug-using controls.
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The results lend external validity to the delay-discounting rate as a measure of impulsiveness, a characteristic associated with substance abuse, in heroin addicts and age-matched controls. Expand
Comorbidity of DSM-IV pathological gambling and other psychiatric disorders: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
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Pathological gambling is highlyComorbid with substance use, mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, suggesting that treatment for one condition should involve assessment and possible concomitant treatment for comorbid conditions. Expand
Pathological Gambling: Etiology, Comorbidity, and Treatment
Pathological Gambling: Etiology, Comorbidity, and Treatment examines the prevalence and consequences of problem gambling as well as approaches to treatment. In this comprehensive book, PetryExpand
Delay discounting of money and alcohol in actively using alcoholics, currently abstinent alcoholics, and controls
  • N. Petry
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychopharmacology
  • 1 March 2001
TLDR
These data provide further evidence of more rapid discounting of delayed rewards in alcohol abusers compared to controls, and especially steep discounting among current users. Expand
Pathological gamblers, with and without substance use disorders, discount delayed rewards at high rates.
  • N. Petry
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of abnormal psychology
  • 1 August 2001
TLDR
Investigation of delay discounting in pathological gamblers and substance use disorders provides further evidence that rapid discounting of delayed rewards may be a feature central to impulse control and addictive disorders, including pathological gambling. Expand
Impulsive and self-control choices in opioid-dependent patients and non-drug-using control participants: drug and monetary rewards.
TLDR
Opioid-dependent participants discounted delayed monetary rewards significantly more than did non-drug-using participants, and opioid-dependent Participants discounted delayed heroin significantly more more than delayed money. Expand
An international consensus for assessing internet gaming disorder using the new DSM-5 approach.
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This report is the first to achieve an international consensus related to the assessment of internet gaming disorder, and describes the intended meaning behind each of the nine DSM-5 criteria for internetGaming disorder. Expand
DSM-5 criteria for substance use disorders: recommendations and rationale.
TLDR
The work group recommendations for DSM-5 revisions included combining abuse and dependence criteria into a single substance use disorder based on consistent findings from over 200,000 study participants, dropping legal problems and adding craving as criteria, and moving gambling disorders to the chapter formerly reserved for substance-related disorders. Expand
Heroin and cocaine abusers have higher discount rates for delayed rewards than alcoholics or non-drug-using controls.
TLDR
The data suggest that discount rates vary with the preferred drug of abuse, and that high discount rates should be considered in the development of substance abuse prevention and treatment efforts. Expand
Substance abuse, pathological gambling, and impulsiveness.
  • N. Petry
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Drug and alcohol dependence
  • 1 June 2001
TLDR
Performance on the card task did not correlate with any of the three factors derived from the personality scale scores, but the presence of both substance abuse and pathological gambling had an additive effect on preferences for decks containing greater immediate gains but resulting in large punishers and overall net losses. Expand
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