Adriano Schimmenti
Adriano Schimmenti
Faculty of Human & Social Sciences, Kore University of Enna
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Are we overpathologizing everyday life? A tenable blueprint for behavioral addiction research
J Billieux, A Schimmenti, Y Khazaal, P Maurage, A Heeren
Journal of behavioral addictions 4 (3), 119-123, 2015
Scholars’ open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal
E Aarseth, AM Bean, H Boonen, M Colder Carras, M Coulson, D Das, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 6 (3), 267-270, 2017
How can we conceptualize behavioural addiction without pathologizing common behaviours?
D Kardefelt‐Winther, A Heeren, A Schimmenti, A van Rooij, P Maurage, ...
Addiction 112 (10), 1709-1715, 2017
Associations between depression and specific childhood experiences of abuse and neglect: A meta-analysis
MR Infurna, C Reichl, P Parzer, A Schimmenti, A Bifulco, M Kaess
Journal of affective disorders 190, 47-55, 2016
La diagnosi psicoanalitica
N McWilliams, A Schimmenti, V Caretti
Astrolabio, 2012
Insecure attachment attitudes in the onset of problematic Internet use among late adolescents
A Schimmenti, A Passanisi, AM Gervasi, S Manzella, FI FamÓ
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 45 (5), 588-595, 2014
A weak scientific basis for gaming disorder: Let us err on the side of caution
AJ Van Rooij, CJ Ferguson, M Colder Carras, D Kardefelt-Winther, J Shi, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 7 (1), 1-9, 2018
Linking lack of care in childhood to anxiety disorders in emerging adulthood: the role of attachment styles
A Schimmenti, A Bifulco
Child and Adolescent Mental Health 20 (1), 41-48, 2015
LINKING THE OVERWHELMING WITH THE UNBEARABLE: Developmental Trauma, Dissociation, and the Disconnected Self.
A Schimmenti, V Caretti
Psychoanalytic Psychology, 2014
Psychic retreats or psychic pits?: Unbearable states of mind and technological addiction.
A Schimmenti, V Caretti
Psychoanalytic Psychology 27 (2), 115, 2010
Self-reported dependence on mobile phones in young adults: A European cross-cultural empirical survey
O Lopez-Fernandez, DJ Kuss, L Romo, Y Morvan, L Kern, P Graziani, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 6 (2), 168-177, 2017
Traumatic experiences, alexithymia, and Internet addiction symptoms among late adolescents: A moderated mediation analysis
A Schimmenti, A Passanisi, V Caretti, L La Marca, A Granieri, C Iacolino, ...
Addictive behaviors 64, 314-320, 2017
The four horsemen of fear: An integrated model of understanding fear experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Schimmenti, J Billieux, V Starcevic
Clinical Neuropsychiatry 17 (2), 41-45, 2020
The relationship between attachment and psychopathy: A study with a sample of violent offenders
A Schimmenti, A Passanisi, U Pace, S Manzella, G Di Carlo, V Caretti
Current Psychology 33 (3), 256-270, 2014
Unveiling the hidden self: Developmental trauma and pathological shame
A Schimmenti
Psychodynamic Practice 18 (2), 195-211, 2012
Attachment disorganization and dissociation in virtual worlds: A study on problematic Internet use among players of online role playing games.
Clinical Neuropsychiatry 9 (5), 195-202, 2012
Reliability and validity of the Toronto Structured Interview for Alexithymia in a mixed clinical and nonclinical sample from Italy
V Caretti, P Porcelli, L Solano, A Schimmenti, RM Bagby, GJ Taylor
Psychiatry research 187 (3), 432-436, 2011
The moderating role of father’s care on the onset of binge eating symptoms among female late adolescents with insecure attachment
U Pace, M Cacioppo, A Schimmenti
Child Psychiatry & Human Development, 282-292, 2012
Problematic video game use as an emotional coping strategy: Evidence from a sample of MMORPG gamers
MD Blasi, A Giardina, C Giordano, GL Coco, C Tosto, J Billieux, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 8 (1), 25-34, 2019
Traumatic experiences in childhood and psychopathy: a study on a sample of violent offenders from Italy
G Craparo, A Schimmenti, V Caretti
European journal of psychotraumatology 4 (1), 21471, 2013
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