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    Gaming Addiction study

    According to Daria J Kuss in the 2000s, online games became popular, while studies of Internet gaming addiction emerged, outlining the negative consequences of excessive gaming, its prevalence, and associated risk factors. Internet gaming is a booming market. In 2012, more than one billion individuals played computer games, which fuelled the 8% growth of the […] More

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    Effects of gadgets addiction among teenagers

    Hotels and resorts are places for relaxation or recreation; thus they attract visitors for holidays or vacations. Resorts are places, towns or sometimes commercial establishments operated by a single company. It is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short term basis. If before, hotels and resorts only provide basic accommodation— consists only of […] More

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    Research paper about computer addiction

    Chapter 1 in Research About Computer Games Addiction EFFECTS OF INVOLVEMENT IN COMPUTER GAMES TO THE STUDY HABITS OF THE MARIAN FRESHMEN STUDENTS DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER OF SCHOOL YEAR 2012-2013 A Research Presented to Mr. Paul C. Morales Saint Mary’s University Bayombong, Nueva Viscaya In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements in _________________________ Submitted By: […] More

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    Facebook and Harmful Effects: Internet Addiction

    Unlike reading books and long magazine articles which requires the ability of critical thinking, social networks such as Facebook are the new addiction among people. With its limitless quantities of photos and status updates, which are bright-colored candies for the mind, it’s been difficult to recognize how toxic and harmful Facebook and other social networks […] More

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    Television Addiction- a rising problem

    Do you have some free time? Do you always watch television? Do you watch too much television? If so, then you have problem with television addiction. According to the Oxford dictionary “an addiction” is designed habit or a person physically dependent on something like drugs etc. Television is the wonderful invention and it is also […] More

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    Models of Addiction

    The addicted person can be a composite of patterns of behavior, predisposition, and social environment. Generally, he is preoccupied with the substance or behavior of choice and will continue to practice the addiction in increasing amounts of time and material. Cessation results in withdrawal symptoms and discomforts both physically and psychologically. In spite of attempts […] More

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    Comparing and Contrasting Biblical and Professional Views of Addiction

    Running head: COMPARING AND CONTRASTING VIEWS OF ADDICTION Comparing and Contrasting Biblical and Professional Views of Addiction Mike Hill Liberty University Abstract This paper compares and contrasts the biblical view of addiction counseling with the historical and current professional standpoint. This is achieved by carefully inspecting from a biblical perspective the meanings and usages of […] More

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    Drug Addiction

    Drug Addiction The topic that caught my attention when I was reading my choices was “Drug Addiction”. Drug addiction is something that should not be taken lightly by anyone who has a family member or friend with this issue. We often wonder how and what make people turn into being a drug addict. “Drug addiction […] More

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    Prescription Addiction

    Addiction by Prescription In this essay, I’m going to explore the abuse of prescription drugs, provide information on the most commonly abused substances, and on the current treatment options available for users. Because of the rise of prescription pill addiction, it is important that people are made aware of the very dangerous effects that these […] More

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    Drugs -Tolerance, Dependence, Addiction and Treatment

    There can be a great deal of confusion surrounding the words addiction, physical dependence, and tolerance. People will use these words as if they are referring to the exact thing, but there is a significant difference between them . Misunderstandings about these terms can not only be confusing for the general public but also many […] More

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    Effect of Social Media Addiction

    In recent years social media has become an important asset of student’s life. Teenagers satisfy themselves by using social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Myspace and many more. Their life now depends on social media to interact with each other. Therefore, it becomes a basic need for them. Social media typically involve interactions of people […] More

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    Technology Addiction: The Facts

    In the last twenty years technology has advanced ever-so quickly. Like with every good thing there are some drawbacks. One of those drawbacks is addiction, technological addiction. You may think this is not serious but is a growing problem in the world let alone America. This is also the basis of the novel “Feed” by […] More

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    Adolescence and Substance Abuse or Addiction

    Adolescents, or teenagers, use drugs (prescription and illegal) and alcohol for many of the same reasons as adults. Most notably, the pleasure or euphoric feeling associated with use and as an escape from the stress and pressure of a situation or of life in general. Many students have even started using prescription drugs, such as […] More

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    Videogame Addiction

    “Jeffrey Stark knew he was in trouble when his grades dropped from 90s to 70s and he had lost all his friends. He was spending far too much time and effort feeding his addiction. Stark wasn’t shooting heroin or drinking alcohol. He was playing computer games. “Getting hooked on computer games has stripped me of […] More

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    Reaction Paper on Drug Addiction

    “Drug abuse and addiction are major burdens to society; however, staggering as these numbers are, they provide a limited perspective of the devastating consequences of this disease,” Numerous incidents have been reported in television and social Medias about drug users and dealers who are caught in the acts, especially in those squatters area or what […] More

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    Drug Addiction

    Drug is a substance that causes addiction, and it’s prohibits to treaded or grown or manufactured it only for some purposes prescribed by law. Drug addiction is one of the major problems In society. The effects of this disease are really serious. Many people get used to have drugs. Therefore, they get easily addicted to […] More

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    Anime Addiction

    Anime had widely spread in the whole world, its positive and negative effects are continuously being debated. 1.What is the history of Anime? 2.What are the reasons Anime Addiction? 3.What are the common positive effects of anime Addiction? 4.What are the common negative effects of anime Addiction? Intoduction A.Background information B.Importance of the paper C.Statement […] More

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    Psychological and social processes in the development of drug addiction

    Psychological and social processes in the development of drug addiction Introduction        Drug addiction can be defined as a compulsive need to use drugs in order to function normally. It can also be defined as primary, chronic, neurobiological disease with genetic, psychosocial and environmental factors influencing its development and manifestations. It is characterized […] More

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    Is drug addiction a disease or a choice

    Is drug addiction a disease or a choice? Introduction             Have you in any way contemplated whether drug addiction is a disease or a choice? This topic has been very controversial and has brought about many debates to ascertain the whole thing. Many researchers have taken a stand that being a drug addict is completely […] More