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See detailCognitive processes underlying impaired decision-making in gambling disorder.
Brevers, Damien UL; Vögele, Claus UL; Billieux, Joël

in Zaleskiewicz, Thomas (Ed.) Psychological Perspectives on Financial Decision Making. (in press)

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See detailCognitive Factors associated to Gaming Disorders
Billieux, Joël; Potenza, Marc; Maurage, Pierre et al

in Verdejo-Garcia, Antonio (Ed.) Cognition and addiction: A Researcher’s Guide From Mechanisms Towards Interventions (2020)

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See detailExamining neural reactivity to gambling cues in the age of sports betting
Brevers, Damien UL

in Journal of Behavioral Addictions (2019)

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See detailStrategies for self-controlling social media use: Classification and role in preventing social media addiction symptoms.
Brevers, Damien UL; Turel, Ofir

in Journal of behavioral addictions (2019), 8(3), 554-563

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Many people present excessive patterns of social networking site (SNS) use and try to self-regulate it. However, little is known regarding the strategies employed by young adult SNS ... [more ▼]

BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Many people present excessive patterns of social networking site (SNS) use and try to self-regulate it. However, little is known regarding the strategies employed by young adult SNS users and their role in preventing the emergence of addiction-like symptoms in relation to SNS use. METHODS: In Study 1, we employed a naturalistic-qualitative approach for finding commonly employed self-control strategies in relation to SNS use. In Study 2, we examined differences between the frequency and difficulty of the strategies identified in Study 1 and tested the process through which trait self-control exerts influence on reducing SNS addiction symptomology. RESULTS: Study 1 revealed six families of self-control strategies, some reactive and some proactive. Study 2 pinpointed the most commonly used and most difficult to enact ones. It also showed that the difficulty to enact self-control strategies in relation to SNS use partially mediates the effect of trait self-control via SNS use habit on SNS addiction symptom severity. CONCLUSIONS: Taken together, the present findings revealed that strategies for self-controlling SNS use are common and complex. Their theoretical and clinical significance stems from their ability to prevent the translation of poor trait self-control and strong SNS use habit to the emergence of excessive use as manifested in SNS addiction-like symptoms. [less ▲]

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See detailEditorial: Etiology, Pathogenesis, and Consequences of Maladaptive Habits.
Malloy-Diniz, Leandro Fernandes; Brevers, Damien UL; Turel, Ofir

in Frontiers in psychology (2019), 10

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See detailExamining neural reactivity to gambling cues in the age of online betting
Brevers, Damien UL; Sescousse, Guillaume; Maurage, Pierre et al

in Current Behavioral Neuroscience Reports (2019), 6(3), 59-71

Purpose of Review The goal of this review is to provide new insights as to how and why functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) research on gambling cue reactivity can contribute to significant ... [more ▼]

Purpose of Review The goal of this review is to provide new insights as to how and why functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) research on gambling cue reactivity can contribute to significant progress toward the understanding of gambling disorder. After having offered a detailed description of experimental paradigms and a comprehensive summary of findings related to gambling cue reactivity, the present review suggests methodological avenues for future research.Recent Findings The fMRI literature on problem gambling has identified the main neural pathways associated with reactivity to gambling cues. Yet, the current knowledge on the key factors underlying cue reactivity in gambling is still very incomplete. Here, we suggest that the recent expansion of online sports betting calls for a new line of research offering a fine-grained and up-to-date approach of neural cue reactivity in gambling disorder.Summary Experimental designs that investigate individual-specific and study-specific factors related to sports betting have the potential to foster progress toward efficient treatment and prevention of gambling disorder. [less ▲]

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See detailFacing temptation: neural correlates effects of gambling availability during sport picture exposure
Brevers, Damien UL

in Journal of Behavioral Addictions (2018)

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See detailCue reactivity modulates proactive and reactive motor response inhibition in frequent gamblers.
Brevers, Damien UL; He, Qinghua; Keller, Brenton et al

in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience (2016)

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See detailMindfulness training as part of a treatment for psychological trauma caused by mobbing - A pilot study.
Veeser, Joannes; Vandriette, Y.M.; Kornreich, Charles et al

in Acta Psychiatrica Belgica (2015)

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See detailEtude des déterminants du syndrome amotivationnel chez les consommateurs de cannabis
Binji, Natasha; Antoniali, Valérie; Noël, Xavier et al

in Acta Psychiatrica Belgica (2013)

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See detailAssessment and treatment of Tourette Syndrome: An evidence-based review.
Heeren, Alexandre; Brevers, Damien UL; Eeckout, Coralie et al

in Revue Francophone de Clinique Comportementale et Cognitive (2012)

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See detailSport Superstition: Mediation of Psychological Tension on Non-Professional Sportsmen’s Superstitious Rituals
Brevers, Damien UL; Noël, Xavier; Dan, Berbard et al

in Journal of Sport Behavior (2011)

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