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How can we conceptualize behavioral addiction without pathologizing common behaviors

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Bibliographic reference Kardefelt-Winther, Daniel ; Heeren, Alexandre ; Schimmenti, Adriano ; van Rooij, Antonius ; Maurage, Pierre ; et. al. How can we conceptualize behavioral addiction without pathologizing common behaviors. In: Addiction, no. 112, p. 1709 (2017)
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