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Gamblers had unpleasant life changes in the year before their gambling addiction began
Turner Et Al (2002)
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Survey of 1,364 teenagers and found a significant association between higher life stress and the likelihood of addictive smoking
Wills Et Al (2002)
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proposed a biologically based theory of personality
Eysenck (1967)
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- researched over 200 poly-drug addicts ..... They found a significant relationship between both N + P addiction
Gossop & Eysenck (1980)
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suggested people who score high in E can be sensation seekers who have a high susceptibility to boredom
Zuckerman
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Psychoticism was the best early predictor on dependence of nicotine and alcohol
Canals Et Al (1997)
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People are more likely to repeat behaviour if they observe a valued role model being rewarded for that behaviour
Bandura (1977)
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longitudinal study of 6006 teenagers in the USA between ages of 10 and 17 • They found that peer smoking was most influential on first trying smoking
Bricker Et Al (2006)
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People gain a sense of identity from group membership
Abrams and Hogg (1990)
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suggest that a young person chooses a peer group which shares the same attitudes towards addictive behaviours rather than being influenced by their peers
Ennett (2006)
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Participants who tired a cigarette by the age of 11 were 2X more likely to be regular smokers by the ages of 14
Fidler Et Al (2006)
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Found 46% of men over 70 drank daily, compared with 6% of 25-34 year olds
The swiss of health survey (2007)
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