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Science Isn’t Sure Yet If Gaming Addiction Is A Real Mental Disorder

kotaku.com1/25/13

From that point, the scientists and doctors of the world took that word to mean a physical dependence on a substance. Even more recently, we—the normal, non-scientist humans—have come to use “addicted” within the

 

Substance abuse

http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Substance abuse

Substance abuse, also known as drug abuse, is a patterned use of a substance (drug … defines substance dependence as “when an individual …

 

 

Substance dependence

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Substance dependence, commonly called drug addiction , is a drug user’s compulsive need to use controlled substance s in order to …

 

 

Substance Abuse Treatment For Drug Addicts | ASPAE

www.aspae.info1/17/13

Using some substance repeatedly sometimes lead to dependency, in which, a dependent gets a psychological belief that a certain substance is necessary for his well being. Dependence may vary in intensity form mild to

 

Dealing with Addiction » newportnaturalhealth

www.newportnaturalhealth.com6/4/12

Addiction rates in this country are at an all-time high, largely because the pharmaceutical industry has helped create millions of substance-dependent individuals who physically and/or psychologically rely on medication.

 

 

Changes to “Addiction” Coming with DSM-5

www.recoveryoptions.us1/11/13

Many of the changes regarding addiction refer to how addiction is diagnosed and labeled. While the current diagnostic standards use terminology like “substance dependence,” the new manual uses terminology that is less defining of the

 

Addiction

http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Addiction

Addiction is the continued use of a mood altering substance or behavior despite … term costs Physiological dependence occurs when the body …

 

 

Why Addiction is NOT a Brain Disease | Mind the Brain

blogs.plos.org11/12/12

Addiction to substances (e.g., booze, drugs, cigarettes) and behaviors (e.g., eating, sex, gambling) is an enormous problem, seriously affecting something like 40% of individuals in the Western world. Attempts to define

 

Substance use disorder

http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Substance use disorder

Substance use disorders include substance abuse and substance dependence In DSM-IV, the conditions are formally diagnosed as one or the …

 

 

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