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Commentary on: The Bergen Study Addiction Scale: psychometric properties ofthe Italian version. A pilot study. Theoretical and methodological issues in the research on study addiction with relevance to the debate on conceptualising behavioural addictions

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Komentarz redakcyjny do pracy: Skala Uzależnienia od Uczenia się Bergen: cechy psychometryczne wersji włoskojęzycznej. Badanie pilotażowe. Teoretyczne i metodologiczne zagadnienia dotyczące badania uzależnienia od uczenia się w kontekście debaty na temat konceptualizacji uzależnień behawioralnych
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The paper by Loscalzo and Giannini titled “The Bergen Study Addiction Scale: psychometric properties of the Italian version. A pilot study” published in the current issue of “Psychiatria i Psychologia Kliniczna” (Journal of Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology) concerns the results of the study on an Italian validation of Bergen Study Addiction Scale (BStAS) (Atroszko, 2015; Atroszko et al., 2015).
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