Aspekte der Glücksspielsucht: Selbstkonzept, Affektregulation und Achse-I-Komorbidität

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Rahman, Susanne
2001
Universität Bremen: Human- und Gesundheitswissenschaften
Dissertation
Pathological Gambling - Self-Concept - Comorbidity - Affect-Regulation- Psychological Dependency
28 male pathological gamblers were compared to 28 controls concerning self-concept, emotionality (anger, anxiety, depression), affect regulation (alexithymia, fear/ avoidance of emotions) and achsis-I-comorbidity. Significant differences between groups concerning all variables could be found. Furthermore highly significant correlations between negative self-concept, negative affect as well as avoidance of emotions were investigated within the group of patholodical gamblers.Data served to develop a vicious-circle-model of pathological gambling. Taken into consideration atiological models of addiction as well as latest results concerning substance-related addictions the results of the present study confirm the assumption that pathological gambling is an substance-independent addiction disorder or a pychological dependency.Implications for therapy are discussed.
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2005.10.24/12:16:12
Aspekte der Glücksspielsucht: Selbstkonzept, Affektregulation und Achse-I-Komorbidität
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