|Titre :||How can we conceptualize behavioural addiction without pathologizing common behaviours? [Addiction debate] (2017)|
|Auteurs :||D. KARDEFELT-WINTHER ; A. HEEREN ; A. SCHIMMENTI ; A. VAN ROOIJ ; P. MAURAGE ; M. CARRAS ; J. EDMAN ; A. BLASZCZYNSKI ; Y. KHAZAAL ; J. BILLIEUX|
|Type de document :||Article : Périodique|
|Dans :||Addiction (Vol.112, n°10, October 2017)|
|Article en page(s) :||1709-1715|
|Note générale :||
- The coping function of mental disorder symptoms: is it to be considered when developing diagnostic criteria for behavioural addictions? Konkoly Thege B., p. 1716-1717.
- Substance and behavioral addictions may share a similar underlying process of dysregulation. Sussman S., Rozgonjuk D., van den Eijnden R.J.J.M., p. 1717-1718.
- Behavioural addiction and substance addiction should be defined by their similarities not their dissimilarities. Griffiths M.D., p. 1718-1720.
- Criteria for conceptualizing behavioural addiction should be informed by the underlying behavioural mechanism. Tunney R.J., James R.J.E., p. 1720-1721.
- Conceptualizing behavioural addiction in children and adolescents. Kräplin A., p. 1721-1723.
- Behavioural Addiction Open Definition 2.0 - using the Open Science Framework for collaborative and transparent theoretical development. Billieux J., van Rooij A.J., Heeren A., Schimmenti A., Maurage P., Edman J., et al., p. 1723-1724.
|Discipline :||PSY (Psychopathologie / Psychopathology)|
Thésaurus TOXIBASEDSM (III,IV,5) ; THEORIE ; JEU PATHOLOGIQUE ; DIAGNOSTIC ; ADDICTION ; COMPORTEMENT ; PATHOLOGIE ; RECHERCHE ; SYMPTOME ; CONCEPT ; DEFINITION
|Résumé :||Following the recent changes to the diagnostic category for addictive disorders in DSM-5, it is urgent to clarify what constitutes behavioural addiction to have a clear direction for future research and classification. However, in the years following the release of DSM-5, an expanding body of research has increasingly classified engagement in a wide range of common behaviours and leisure activities as possible behavioural addiction. If this expansion does not end, both the relevance and the credibility of the field of addictive disorders might be questioned, which may prompt a dismissive appraisal of the new DSM-5 subcategory for behavioural addiction. We propose an operational definition of behavioural addiction together with a number of exclusion criteria, to avoid pathologizing common behaviours and provide a common ground for further research. The definition and its exclusion criteria are clarified and justified by illustrating how these address a number of theoretical and methodological shortcomings that result from existing conceptualizations. We invite other researchers to extend our definition under an Open Science Foundation framework.|
|Domaine :||Addictions sans produit / Addictions without drug|
|Refs biblio. :||40|
|Affiliation :||Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden|