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Title: Bases psicològiques d'aprenentatge que operen en les addiccions amb substancia, addiccions sense substancia i en l'adherència al tractament d'ambdues: Anàlisi de diferencies i cerca de punts en comú
Other Titles: Psychological bases of learning that operate in addictions with substance, addictions without substance and in adherence to the treatment of both: Analysis of differences and search for common points
Author: Garcia Godall, Jordi
Tutor: Moreno Sánchez, Jordi  
Others: Pina Ríos, Rocío  
Keywords: addiction
behavioral addiction
substance-free addiction
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Addictions are seen as a problem linked to the consumption of a specific substance or to the compulsive performance of a single behavior, but the studies show that people with addictions combine the consumption of several substances and easily get hooked to compulsive behaviors neglecting other life areas. In this research, twenty-eight scientific articles have been selected to confirm the hypothesis that the psychological bases of substance and non-substance addiction have key aspects in common, as well as identify the elements that make an addict, regardless of its consuming profile, adhere to the recovery treatment. The results clearly indicate that the learning and conditioning that operates in addictions related and not related to substances, have the same psychological basis, it is also confirmed that adherence to addiction treatment is conditioned from shared variables.
Language: Catalan
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