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Response to: Theoretical and methodological issues in the research on study addiction with relevance to the debate on conceptualising behavioural addictions: Atroszko (2018)

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Odpowiedź na komentarz redakcyjny: Teoretyczne i metodologiczne zagadnienia dotyczące badania uzależnienia od uczenia się w kontekście debaty na temat konceptualizacji uzależnień behawioralnych: Atroszko (2018)
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In this paper we respond to the commentary that Atroszko (2018) wrote on our paper entitled “The Bergen Study Addiction Scale: psychometric properties of the Italian version. A pilot study” (Loscalzo and Giannini, 2018), which have both been published in the previous issue of this journal.
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426–430
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  • Department of Health Sciences, School of Psychology, University of Florence, Florence, Italy, yura.loscalzo@gmail.com
  • Department of Health Sciences, School of Psychology, University of Florence, Florence, Italy
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