Dr Mark Griffiths
Dr Mark Griffiths
Distinguished Professor of Behavioural Addiction, Nottingham Trent University
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The fear of COVID-19 scale: development and initial validation
DK Ahorsu, CY Lin, V Imani, M Saffari, MD Griffiths, AH Pakpour
International journal of mental health and addiction, 1-9, 2020
A ‘components’ model of addiction within a biopsychosocial framework
M Griffiths
Journal of Substance use 10 (4), 191-197, 2005
Online social networking and addiction—a review of the psychological literature
DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths
International journal of environmental research and public health 8 (9 …, 2011
The relationship between addictive use of social media and video games and symptoms of psychiatric disorders: A large-scale cross-sectional study.
CS Andreassen, J Billieux, MD Griffiths, DJ Kuss, Z Demetrovics, ...
Psychology of addictive behaviors 30 (2), 252, 2016
Does Internet and computer" addiction" exist? Some case study evidence
M Griffiths
CyberPsychology and Behavior 3 (2), 211-218, 2000
The relationship between addictive use of social media, narcissism, and self-esteem: Findings from a large national survey
CS Andreassen, S Pallesen, MD Griffiths
Addictive behaviors 64, 287-293, 2017
Internet addiction: A systematic review of epidemiological research for the last decade
D J Kuss, M D Griffiths, L Karila, J Billieux
Current pharmaceutical design 20 (25), 4026-4052, 2014
Social interactions in massively multiplayer online role-playing gamers
H Cole, MD Griffiths
Cyberpsychology & behavior 10 (4), 575-583, 2007
Social networking sites and addiction: Ten lessons learned
DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (3), 311, 2017
Internet gaming addiction: A systematic review of empirical research
DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths
International journal of mental health and addiction 10, 278-296, 2012
Prevalence of pathological Internet use among university students and correlations with self-esteem, the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ), and disinhibition
K Niemz, M Griffiths, P Banyard
Cyberpsychology & behavior 8 (6), 562-570, 2005
Internet addiction: does it really exist?
M Griffiths
Academic Press, 1998
Can disordered mobile phone use be considered a behavioral addiction? An update on current evidence and a comprehensive model for future research
J Billieux, P Maurage, O Lopez-Fernandez, DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths
Current Addiction Reports 2 (2), 156-162, 2015
Technological addictions
M Griffiths
Clinical psychology forum, 14-14, 1995
Internet addiction: Fact or fiction?
M Griffiths
The psychologist, 1999
Internet addiction-time to be taken seriously?
M Griffiths
Addiction research 8 (5), 413-418, 2000
Problematic social media use: Results from a large-scale nationally representative adolescent sample
F Bányai, Á Zsila, O Király, A Maraz, Z Elekes, MD Griffiths, ...
PloS one 12 (1), e0169839, 2017
Online gaming addiction: The role of sensation seeking, self-control, neuroticism, aggression, state anxiety, and trait anxiety
M Mehroof, MD Griffiths
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 13 (3), 313-316, 2010
‘Internet addiction’: a critical review
L Widyanto, M Griffiths
International Journal of mental health and Addiction 4, 31-51, 2006
Excessive computer game playing: evidence for addiction and aggression?
SM Grüsser, R Thalemann, MD Griffiths
Cyberpsychology & behavior 10 (2), 290-292, 2006
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