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    Partecipante Affezionato L'avatar di BuFFy441
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    Tesi Love Addiction

    Ciao ragazzi! Sono alle prese con la mia tesi sulla love addiction e coppia patologica.. qualcuno ha dritte o articoli in inglese o qualsiasi info utile?? anche idee su quali punti toccare!! si accetta di tutto!! sono nella disperazione più totale!!! è un argomento così interessante ma in giro c'è poca roba ed in più la mia relatrice vuole articoli recenti quindi di quello che ho trovato ho dovuto fare ancora più selezione e m'è rimasto ben poco per una tesi della magistrale!!!! grazieeeeeeee

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    Postatore OGM L'avatar di willy61
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    Is Love Passion an Addictive Disorder?
    By: Reynaud, Michel; Karila, Laurent; Blecha, Lisa; Benyamina, Amine. American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse. 2010, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p261-267. 7p. Abstract: Aims: Inquiry regarding the relationship between passionate love and addiction has long been a topic of intense debate. Recent advances in neurobiology now allow for an examination between these two states. Methods: After describing the clinical distinctions between “love passion,” “love addiction,” and “sex addiction,” we compare clinical, neuropsychological, neurobiological, and neuroimaging data on love, passion, pathological gambling (PG) and substance dependence. Results: There are no recognized definitions or diagnostic criteria for “love addiction,” but its phenomenology has some similarities to substance dependence: euphoria and unrestrained desire in the presence of the love object or associated stimuli (drug intoxication); negative mood, anhedonia, and sleep disturbance when separated from the love object (drug withdrawal); focussed attention on and intrusive thoughts about the love object; and maladaptive or problematic patterns of behavior (love relation) leading to clinically significant impairment or distress, with pursuit despite knowledge of adverse consequences. Limited animal and human studies suggest that brain regions (e.g., insula, anterior cingulated [ACC], orbitofrontal [OFC]) and neurotransmitters (dopamine) that mediate substance dependence may also be involved with love addiction (as for PG). Ocytocin (OT), which is implicated in social attachment and mating behavior, may also be involved in substance dependence. There are no data on the epidemiology, genetics, co-morbidity, or treatment of love addiction. Conclusion: There are currently insufficient data to place some cases of “love passion” within a clinical disorder, such as “love addiction,” in an official diagnostic nomenclature or to firmly classify it as a behavioral addiction or disorder of impulse control. Further clinical and scientific studies are needed to improve our understanding and treatment of this condition. For these studies, we propose new criteria for evaluating addiction to love. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.3109/00952990.2010.495183. (AN: 53420221)
    Argomenti: COMPULSIVE behavior; AFFECTIVE disorders; PSYCHOSEXUAL disorders; IMPULSE (Psychology); PATHOLOGICAL psychology; OBSESSIVE-compulsive disorder; ADDICTIONS; RELATIONSHIP addiction; NEUROTRANSMITTERS
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
    Love Addiction: Definition, Etiology, Treatment.
    By: Sussman, Steve. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity. Jan-Mar2010, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p31-45. 15p. Abstract: In this paper, I review the definition, etiology, prevention and treatment of love addiction. First, I provide an introduction to the concept and information on a literature search I conducted. Using seven search terms and three search engines, I was able to locate only 40 data-based articles on love addiction. Next I provide a description of this concept, particularly its negative consequences. Then, I provide a review of its etiology, considering neurobiological, developmental, and social/cultural factors. Next, I provide information on its assessment, prevention and treatment. I conclude by suggesting that love addiction likely is manifested by the time one reaches adolescence, and that it functions similarly to substance abuse disorders. I argue that much more empirical research is needed. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/10720161003604095. (AN: 48400426)
    Argomenti: MENTAL illness -- Social aspects; RELATIONSHIP addiction; LOVE -- Psychological aspects; NEUROBIOLOGY; COMPULSIVE behavior
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Ethical Issues in Sex and Love Addiction Treatment.
    By: Griffin-Shelley, Eric. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity. Jan-Mar2009, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p32-54. 23p. Abstract: Sex and love addiction treatment can involve many complex ethical issues. Awareness of these potential problems can assist clinicians in improving efficacy and, at the same time, reducing risk. Ethical difficulties flow from the fundamental principle that counseling is a fiduciary relationship. Sex and love addicts present with multiple addictions, strong psychological defenses, and trauma histories, which often result in lengthy treatments. Over the course of such treatment many challenging ethical areas surface including transference/counter-transference problems, evocative and provocative behaviors in clients, questions of therapist self-disclosure, confidentiality concerns, trauma reenactment possibilities, boundary issues, dual relationship questions, competence issues, diagnostic dilemmas, and fees problems. Examples and positive solutions for these and other ethical areas are given to foster the best result for both client and clinician. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/10720160802710798. (AN: 36623154)
    Argomenti: ETHICS; HUMAN sexuality; LOVE; FIDUCIARY responsibility; ADDICTIONS; PSYCHOLOGY; PSYCHIC trauma; PROFESSIONAL fees; TRANSFERENCE (Psychology)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Constructing Addiction from Experience and Context: Peele and Brodsky's Love and Addiction Revisited.
    By: Kwee, Alex W. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity. Jul2007, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p221-237. 17p. Abstract: Peele and Brodsky (1975) first proposed the experiential-constructivist model of addiction utilizing the construct of compulsive interpersonal attachment (then not viewed as an addiction) as a vehicle to argue that substance addiction is rooted in experiential and contextual forces. One of these contextual forces is the prevalence of the disease mindset itself. With increasing legitimacy accorded to disordered love attachments as addiction "diseases," we can now explore this hypothesis in relation to sexual addiction using as illustration religious "chaste sex addicts" and Homosexuals Anonymous. Treatment recommendations are then considered in the light of effective interventions outside of the disease model. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1080/10720160701480535. (AN: 26099804)
    Argomenti: RELATIONSHIP addiction; COMPULSIVE behavior; INTERPERSONAL relations; ATTACHMENT behavior; SEX addiction; SEX addicts; SUBSTANCE abuse; CONSTRUCTIVISM (Psychology); EXPERIENCE
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Development of the Romantic Jealousy-Induction Scale and the Motives for Inducing Romantic Jealousy Scale.
    By: Mattingly, Brent; Whitson, Diane; Mattingly, Melinda. Current Psychology. Sep2012, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p263-281. 19p. 3 Charts. Abstract: Relatively little research exists regarding individuals who intentionally induce jealousy in their romantic partners, which is partially due to the absence of validated measures assessing romantic jealousy-induction behaviors and motivations. In the current study, we developed measures and examined the correlates of romantic jealousy-induction behaviors and motivations. Results indicated that the Romantic Jealousy-Induction Scale was unifactorial and reliable, whereas the Motives for Inducing Romantic Jealousy Scale consisted of five theoretically meaningful and reliable factors. In general, the romantic jealousy-induction behaviors and motives were associated with greater experienced jealousy, greater attachment avoidance and anxiety, lower relationship satisfaction and commitment, greater relationship alternatives, less passionate love, and greater game-playing and obsessive love. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1007/s12144-012-9144-3. (AN: 78333262)
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Time to Face It! Facebook Intrusion and the Implications for Romantic Jealousy and Relationship Satisfaction.
    By: Elphinston, Rachel A.; Noller, Patricia. CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking. Nov2011, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p631-635. 5p. 3 Charts. Abstract: Young people's exposure to social network sites such as Facebook is increasing, along with the potential for such use to complicate romantic relationships. Yet, little is known about the overlaps between the online and offline worlds. We extended previous research by investigating the links between Facebook intrusion, jealousy in romantic relationships, and relationship outcomes in a sample of undergraduates currently in a romantic relationship. A Facebook Intrusion Questionnaire was developed based on key features of technological (behavioral) addictions. An eight-item Facebook Intrusion Questionnaire with a single-factor structure was supported; internal consistency was high. Facebook intrusion was linked to relationship dissatisfaction, via jealous cognitions and surveillance behaviors. The results highlight the possibility of high levels of Facebook intrusion spilling over into romantic relationships, resulting in problems such as jealousy and dissatisfaction. The results have implications for romantic relationships and for Facebook users in general. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1089/cyber.2010.0318. (AN: 67482645)
    Argomenti: ONLINE social networks; CYBERSPACE -- Psychological aspects; RELATIONSHIP addiction; INTERPERSONAL relations -- Research; JEALOUSY -- Psychological aspects
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

    Sexual Addictions.
    By: Garcia, Frederico Duarte; Thibaut, Florence. American Journal of Drug & Alcohol Abuse. 2010, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p254-260. 7p. Abstract: The potential adverse consequences, personal distress, shame and guilt presented by patients who suffer from sexual addiction require a more in-depth understanding of the phenomenology and psychobiology of this disorder. Methods: A bibliographic review was conducted using MEDLINE and EBSCO databases with the following keywords: “sexual addiction,” “hypersexuality,” “compulsive sexual behavior,” “behavioural addiction,” “treatment,” and “addiction.” Results: Several conceptualizations of excessive nonparaphilic sexual disorder have been proposed based on the models of, respectively, obsessive compulsive disorder, impulse control disorder, out of control excessive sexual disorder, and addictive disorder. Despite the lack of robust scientific data, a number of clinical elements, such as the frequent preoccupation with this type of behavior, the time spent in sexual activities, the continuation of this behavior despite its negative consequences, the repeated and unsuccessful efforts made to reduce the behavior, are in favor of an addictive disorder. In addition there is a high comorbidity between excessive sexual behavior and other addictive behaviors. Conclusion: The phenomenology of excessive nonpara- philic sexual disorder favors its conceptualization as an addictive behavior, rather than an obsessive-compulsive, or an impulse con- trol disorder. Moreover, the criteria that are quite close to those of addictive disorders were recently proposed for the future DSM-V in order to improve the characterization of this condition. Finally, controlled studies are warranted in order to establish clear guidelines for treatment of sexual addiction. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.3109/00952990.2010.503823. (AN: 53420213)
    Argomenti: SEX addiction; SEXUAL disorders; PSYCHOSEXUAL disorders; HYPERSEXUALITY; SUBSTANCE abuse; SEX addicts; RELATIONSHIP addiction; COMPULSIVE behavior; PATHOLOGICAL psychology
    Database: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

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    Controllo il materiale che mi ha indicato (purtroppo ho avuto modo di vederlo solo ora) e se ho qualche altra domanda, dubbio o richiesta di suggerimento, Le mando un PM.
    La ringrazio infinitamente

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