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Can Disordered Mobile Phone Use Be Considered a Behavioral Addiction? An Update on Current Evidence and a Comprehensive Model for Future Research
Despite the many positive outcomes, excessive mobile phone use is now often associated with potentially harmful and/or disturbing behaviors (e.g., symptoms of deregulated use, negative impact onExpand
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Alexithymia and the Processing of Emotional Facial Expressions (EFEs): Systematic Review, Unanswered Questions and Further Perspectives
Alexithymia is characterized by difficulties in identifying, differentiating and describing feelings. A high prevalence of alexithymia has often been observed in clinical disorders characterized byExpand
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Are we overpathologizing everyday life? A tenable blueprint for behavioral addiction research
Background Behavioral addiction research has been particularly flourishing over the last two decades. However, recent publications have suggested that nearly all daily life activities might lead to aExpand
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Is Dysfunctional Use of the Mobile Phone a Behavioural Addiction? Confronting Symptom-Based Versus Process-Based Approaches.
UNLABELLED Dysfunctional use of the mobile phone has often been conceptualized as a 'behavioural addiction' that shares most features with drug addictions. In the current article, we challenge theExpand
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Dissociation between affective and cognitive empathy in alcoholism: a specific deficit for the emotional dimension.
BACKGROUND Emotional impairments constitute a crucial and widely described dimension of alcoholism, but several affective abilities are still to be thoroughly explored among alcohol-dependentExpand
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How can we conceptualize behavioural addiction without pathologizing common behaviours?
Following the recent changes to the diagnostic category for addictive disorders in DSM-5, it is urgent to clarify what constitutes behavioural addiction to have a clear direction for future researchExpand
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Tinnitus specifically alters the top-down executive control sub-component of attention: Evidence from the Attention Network Task
Tinnitus can be defined as the perception of noxious disabling internal sounds in the absence of external stimulation. While most individuals with tinnitus show some habituation to these internalExpand
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The “Reading the Mind in the Eyes” test as a new way to explore complex emotions decoding in alcohol dependence
It has been repeatedly shown that alcohol dependence is associated with emotional impairments, particularly for emotional facial expression decoding. Nevertheless, most earlier studies focused onExpand
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Is the P300 deficit in alcoholism associated with early visual impairments (P100, N170)? An oddball paradigm
OBJECTIVE Studies exploring chronic alcoholism with event-related potentials (ERPs) have shown delayed latency and reduced amplitude of the P300, a long-lasting positive potential reflectingExpand
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Latent deleterious effects of binge drinking over a short period of time revealed only by electrophysiological measures.
BACKGROUND Episodic excessive alcohol consumption (i.e., binge drinking) is now considered to be a major public health problem, but whereas short-and long-term harmful consequences of this behaviourExpand
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