ICBA 2019

6th International Conference on Behavioral Addictions

Program at a glance

Plenary Speakers

Plenary Lecture 1

Monday, June 17 11:00-11:40

Vladimir Ponznyak
Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerlan

Plenary Lecture 2

Monday, June 17 11:50-12:30

The diagnosis of DSM-5 Internet gaming disorder or ICD-11 gamingdisorder.

Chih-Hung Ko
Department of Psychiatry, Kaohsiung Municipal Hsiao-Kang Hospital, Kaohsiung Medical University

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Plenary Lecture 3

Tuesday, June 18 8:30-9:10

Behavioural addictions: need for a conceptual framework

Alex Blaszczynski
University of Sydney, Australia

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Plenary Lecture 4

Tuesday, June 18 9:20-10:00

Public Health Approach for Internet Use Disorders

Hae-Kook Lee
The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

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Plenary Lecture 5

Wednesday, June 19 8:30-9:10

Where to draw the line. Development of Low risk gambling guidelines

David C. Hodgins
University of Calgary, Canada

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Plenary Lecture 6

Wednesday, June 19 9:20-10:00

Neuroimaging of Gambling Disorder: Toward precision addiction psychiatry

Hidehiko Takahashi
Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan

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Symposium

Symposium 1

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

Gambling Disorder: Emerging Trends

Chair

Shane Kraus
VISN 1 New England MIRECC, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford MA USA

Marc N. Potenza
Yale University, USA

SY1-1

Opening of of casinos in Japan: possible impact on issues related to gambling
Kotaro Nishimura
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

SY1-2

Understanding Subsyndromal Gambling Disorder
Jon Grant
Department of Psychiatry, University of Chicago, USA

SY1-3

Network Models of Gambling Symptoms: New Statistical Applications and Clinical Implications
Joshua Grubbs
Bowling Green State University, USA

SY1-4

Clinical characteristics of veterans with gambling disorders seeking pain treatment
Shane Kraus
VISN 1 New England MIRECC, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford MA USA

SY1-5

Blurred boundaries between gambling and other potentially addictive behaviors.
Marc N. Potenza
Yale University, USA

Symposium 2

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

Internet Addiction': Milestones, Missed Opportunities and Future Directions

Chair

Elias Aboujaoude
Stanford University School of Medicine

SY2-1

Technology-Enabled Personality Traits and Post-Privacy Psychology
Elias Aboujaoude
Stanford University School of Medicine

SY2-2

Yasser Khazaal
Hopitaux Universitaires Geneve

SY2-3

Cyberchondria: An overlooked type of problematic Internet use?
Vladan Starcevic
University of Sydney

SY2-4

Problematic Internet Use and Gaming Disorder: Mental Illnesses for the 21st Century
Philip Tam
The Delta Clinic, Sydney

Symposium 3

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

Early Interventions for Problem Video Gaming and Gaming Disorders

Chair

Joël Billieux
University of Luxembourg

SY3-1

The Effectiveness of the SBIRT Intervention on the High-Risk Group of Students for the Internet-Smartphone Addiction in the Community
Soo-Young Bhang
Department of Psychiatry, Eulji University School of Medicine, Eulji University Hospital, Seoul, Korea

SY3-2

Effect of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on craving and impulsivity in Internet gaming disorder
Jo-Eun Jeong
Dep. Of Psychiatry. The Catholic University of Korea, Dep. Of Psychiatry

SY3-3

Effectiveness of a School-based Brief Intervention for the Prevention of Internet Addiction
Hideki Nakayama
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

SY3-4

Rebootcamp: there is no wifi in the forest, but we will guarantee you a better connection
Huub Boonen
UC-Leuven-Limburg; CAD Limburg

Symposium 4

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

How do institutions not specialized in treating addiction treat gambling disorder patients(GDPs) in Japan?

Chair

Keiji Kobara
Shimane Prefecture Mental Health and Welfare Center

SY4-1

Group psychotherapy for Gambling Disorder in a local mental health and welfare center in Japan
Hitoshi Tanabe
Hokusei Gakuen University

SY4-2

Approach to gambling addiction in Nagano prefecture mental health welfare center
Noriaki Koizumi
Mental Health and welfare center in Nagano Prefecture

SY4-3

Initiatives of Mental Clinics Regarding Gambling Disorder
Taku Sato
Naruse Mental Clinic, psychiatrist

SY4-4

Treatment of patients with gambling disorders (GDs) in Kitasato University East Hospital (KUEH)
Takafumi Asakura
kitasato University Graduate School of Medical

SY4-5

Dissemination and implementation of CBT program for Gambling Disorder in Mental Health and Welfare Centers in Japan
Keiji Kobara
Shimane Prefecture Mental Health and Welfare Center

Symposium 5

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

Biopsychosocial mechanisms involved in problematic pornography use

Chair

Stephanie Antons
University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Rudolf Stark
University of Giessen, Germany

SY5-1

Why do people watch pornography? The motivational basis of (problematic) pornography use
Beáta Bőthe
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary

SY5-2

Ariel Kor
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel

SY5-3

Masculine face preference predicts online sexual activities
Lijun Chen
Fuzhou University, China

SY5-4

Stress and neural responsivity to sexual explicit material (SEM) in men
Rudolf Stark
University of Giessen, Germany

SY5-5

The balancing role of insula during inhibitory-control in association with symptoms of problematic pornography use in heterosexual males
Stephanie Antons
University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Symposium 6

Monday, June 17 15:30-17:00

Latest neurobiological and treatment findings in Gambling Disorder and Problem Gambling

Chair

Samuel Chamberlain
Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge, UK

SY6-1

Impulsivity and Disordered Gambling: An Introduction and Update
Samuel Chamberlain
Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge, UK

SY6-2

Neuroimaging of Gambling Disorder
Masanori Isobe
Department of Psychiatry, Kyoto University, Japan

SY6-3

Pharmacological Targets for Treatment Gambling Disorder
Jon Grant
Department of Psychiatry, University of Chicago, USA

Symposium 7

Monday, June 17 15:30-17:00

State-of-the-art: Which disorders should be considered for ICD-11 category 'Other specified disorders due to addictive behaviors'?

Chair

Matthias Brand
University of Duisburg-Essen

Müller Astrid
Hannover Medical School

SY7-1

Criteria for other specified disorders due to addictive behaviors
Matthias Brand
University of Duisburg-Essen

SY7-2

Problematic pornography use: A compulsive sexual behavior disorder, an internet-use disorder and/or an other specified disorder due to addictive behaviors?
Marc N. Potenza
Yale University School of Medicine

SY7-3

Buying-shopping disorder: Clinical and empirical evidence to support its inclusion in ICD-11
Müller Astrid
Hannover Medical School

SY7-4

Empirical evidence on prevalence and psychological mechanisms of problematic social network use
Hans-Jürgen Rumpf
University of Lübeck

SY7-5

Distinguishing Passion from Addiction is crucial to avoid pathologizing common behaviors
Joël Billieux
University of Luxembourg

Symposium 8

Monday, June 17 15:30-17:00

Internet addiction in adolescents in Asia

Chair

Toshikazu Saito
Miki Mental Clinic, Sapporo, Japan

Chih-Hung Ko
Department of Psychiatry, Kaohsiung Municipal Hsiao-Kang Hospital, Kaohsiung Medical University

SY8-1

Survey of the relationship between Internet gaming disorders and cerebral blood flow.
Tomohiro Shirasaka
Department of Psychiatry, Teine Keijinkai Hospital, Japan

SY8-2

Structural and functional brain alterations related to psychological factors in excessive use of digital devices
Dai-Jin Kim
Department of Psychiatry, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Republic of Korea

SY8-3

How can therapy animals help patients in Internet Addiction treatment?
Tae-Kyung Lee
Division of Medicine, ChunCheon National Hospital, ChunCheon City, Gangwon-Do, South Korea

SY8-4

Internet addiction and internet gaming disorder: the comorbidity and associated factors
Chih-Hung Ko
Department of Psychiatry, Kaohsiung Municipal Hsiao-Kang Hospital, Kaohsiung Medical University

Symposium 9

Monday, June 17 15:30-17:00

Relationships between Concept of Neurodevelopmental Disorder and Assistance in Gambling Disorder

Chair

Taku Sato
Naruse Mental Clinic, psychiatrist

Toshiaki Baba
National Center for Medical and Global Health, psychiatrist

SY9-1

Mechanism of Stereotyped Behaviors in Autism Spectrum Disorder from Philosophical Perspective
Tsubasa Aikawa
Musashi High School and Junior High School, Part-time Teacher, Philosopher

SY9-2

Assistance in Gambling Disorder from Perspective Regal Counselor
Atsushi Inamura
Inamura Athushi Judicial Scrivener Office, Legal counselor

SY9-3

The characteristics of patients with both gambling disorder and neurodevelopmental disorders in a clinical setting
Masuo Tanaka
Koryo Hospital, psychiatrist

SY9-4

Stress Management of Persons with Gambling Disorder Using the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale
Taku Sato
Naruse Mental Clinic, psychiatrist

Symposium 10

Monday, June 17 15:30-17:00

Sexual addiction and paraphilic disorders: different names of same condition?

Chair

Takayuki Harada
University of Tsukuba

SY10-1

The development of a risk assessment tool for paraphilic sex offenders: The Japanese version of the Static-99
Takayuki Harada
University of Tsukuba

SY10-2

Sexual offender assessment and treatment system in Japanese correctional institutions
Makiko Asahina
Ministry of Justice, Japan

SY10-3

The influence of empathic victim intervention on the risk of reoffending by sex offenders
Kazutaka Nomura
Waseda University

SY10-4

Practicing cognitive behavior group therapy for sexual offenders using a rolling format in the medical institutions of Japan
Yuki Tanaka
Waseda University

Symposium 11

Monday, June 17 17:10-18:40

Behavioural Addictions: Insights from the National Addictions Management Service, Singapore

Chair

Lee Cheng
National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

SY11-1

An overview of NAMS services especially pertaining to behavioural disorders.
Lee Cheng
National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

SY11-2

An overview of the medical management model for gambling and Internet-related disorders
Zhang Wei Bin Melvyn
National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

SY11-3

The application of a behavioural intervention approach, Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, in calibrating gaming into a more adaptive form as part of quality living
Cheong Wah Loong Alvin
National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

SY11-4

Collaboration, training and outreach initiatives that NAMS has with community partners and persons in recovery
Tan Jian Hui Clement
National Addictions Management Service (NAMS)

Symposium 12

Monday, June 17 17:10-18:40

New findings from the study of Internet Communication Disorder

Chair

Elisa Wegmann
General Psychology: Cognition and Center for Behavioral Addiction Research (CeBAR), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Christian Montag
Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University, Germany, and The Clinical Hospital of Chengdu Brain Science Institute, MOE Key Laboratory for Neuroinformation, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

SY12-1

On Facebook usage, Facebook use disorder and personality
Cornelia Sindermann
Department of Molecular Psychology, Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University, 89081 Ulm, Germany

SY12-2

The Associations between Problematic Social Networking Site Use and Psychopathology
Zaheer Hussain
Centre for Psychological Research, University of Derby, Derby, UK

SY12-3

Facebook use as a possibility of stress reduction and the relevance of Internet-communication disorder
Elisa Wegmann
General Psychology: Cognition and Center for Behavioral Addiction Research (CeBAR), University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

SY12-4

Speaker 4: Collaboration, training and outreach initiatives that NAMS has with community partners and persons in recovery
Huei-Chen Ko
Department of Psychology, Asia University, Taiwan

SY12-5

Understanding WeChat usage: a review on the existing literature
Christian Montag
Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University, Germany, and The Clinical Hospital of Chengdu Brain Science Institute, MOE Key Laboratory for Neuroinformation, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Symposium 13

Monday, June 17 17:10-18:40

Gaming and Internet-related disorders: Game characteristics, screening and treatment

Chair

Hans-Jürgen Rumpf
University of Lübeck

Daniel King
University of Adelaide

SY13-1

The role of structural video-game characteristics in Internet gaming disorder severity
Florian Rehbein
Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Hanover, Germany

SY13-2

Screening tools for gaming disorder: What, how, why?
Daniel King
University of Adelaide

SY13-3

Prevalence of gaming disorder in China using the Chinese Gaming Disorder Brief Screening Questionnaire based on DSM-5 and ICD-11
Ting Fang
The Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University

SY13-4

A cognitive behavioral group therapy program for adolescents with Internet Gaming and Internet Use Disorder: Effects at 12-months follow-up
Carolin Szász-Janocha
Institute of Psychology, Heidelberg University, Germany

Symposium 14

Monday, June 17 17:10-18:40

Distinctive features of Japanese Gambling Systems and their effects on problematic gambling in Japan

Chair

Eiichi Kamimura
Niigata University

Naomi Kobayashi
Niigata Trauma Support Center SAKURA

SY14-1

The actual situation of the gambling industry and treatment systems of gambling disorder in Japan
Moritoshi Kido
Osaka Univerisy of commerce, Japan

SY14-2

The efficacy of group cognitive behavioral intervention for pathological addiction to pachinko / pachislot
Eiichi Kamimura
Niigata University

SY14-3

The development of the mobile version of the gambling craving coping application
Kengo Yokomitsu
Ritsumeikan University

Symposium 15

Monday, June 17 17:10-18:40

Current controversies regarding pornography-use-related problems

Chair

Marc N. Potenza
Yale University School of Medicine, USA

Matthias Brand
University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

SY15-1

High-Frequency Pornography Users Are Not Always Problematic Users
Beáta Bőthe
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest, Hungary

Shane Kraus
VISN 1 New England MIRECC, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford MA USA

SY15-3

Moral Incongruence and Self-Reported Problematic Pornography Use: Enhancing Diagnostic Precision by Disentangling Beliefs and Behaviors
Joshua Grubbs
Bowling Green State University, USA

SY15-4

Theoretical considerations of problematic pornography use
Matthias Brand
University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

SY15-5

Ongoing debates regarding consideration and classification of compulsive sexual behavior disorder as a psychiatric diagnosis
Marc N. Potenza
Yale University School of Medicine, USA

Symposium 16

Tuesday, June 18 10:30-12:00

New Frontiers in the Tretment of Gambling Disorder

Chair

Hannu Alho
National Institute for Health and Welfare, THL

Susumu Higuchi
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

SY16-1

Pharmacological treatment of gambling disorder
Marc N. Potenza
Yale University School of Medicine

SY16-2

Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders in Gambling Disorder: What does it mean for treatment?
David C. Hodgins
University of Calgary

SY16-3

Clinical characteristics of treatment seeking individuals with Gambling Disorder in Japan: A systematic comparison of diagnostic criteria in ICD-11 and DSM-5
Takanobu Matsuzaki
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

SY16-4

A novel study with naloxone nasal spray in the treatment of GD: randomized controlled study
Hannu Alho
National Institute for Health and Welfare, THL

Symposium 17

Tuesday, June 18 10:30-12:00

Gaming Disorder: International Perspectives

Chair

Daria Kuss
Nottingham Trent University

Vasilis Stavropoulos
Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne

SY17-1

Understanding the Relationship Between the Proteus Effect, Immersion, and Gender among World of Warcraft Players: An Empirical Survey Study
Vasilis Stavropoulos
Cairnmillar Institute, Melbourne

SY17-2

Female gamers and their risk to develop addictive gaming behaviour
Olatz Lopez-Fernandez
Monash University

SY17-3

Female patients suffering from Internet Gaming Disorder
Lara Scherer
Outpatient Clinic for Behavioural Addictions, Mainz

SY17-4

Exploring the implications of co-occurrence within Internet Addiction and Gaming Disorder
Tyrone Burleigh
Nottingham Trent University

SY17-5

Gaming Disorder: Evidence-based clinical practice
Daria Kuss
Nottingham Trent University

Symposium 18

Tuesday, June 18 10:30-12:00

Internet addiction and interpersonal relations: social connectedness and severe social withdrawal, hikikomori

Chair

Masaru Tateno
Tokiwa Child Development Center, Tokiwa Hospital/ Dept. Neuropsychiatry, Sapporo Medical University

Takahiro Kato
Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kyushu University, Japan

SY18-1

School refusal and Internet addiction in adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Kentaro Kawabe
Department of Neuropsychiatry, Ehime University Graduate School of Medicine

SY18-2

Internet addiction among Japanese adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
Masaru Tateno
Tokiwa Child Development Center, Tokiwa Hospital/ Dept. Neuropsychiatry, Sapporo Medical University, Sapporo, Japan

SY18-3

Internet Addiction and Hikikomori (Oiettolie) in Korea
Tae Young Choi
Department of Psychiatry, Catholic University of Daegu School of Medicine

SY18-4

Does internet assist hikikomori-like behaviors based on the urban boundless society?
Takahiro Kato
Department of Neuropsychiatry, Kyushu University, Japan

Symposium 19

Tuesday, June 18 10:30-12:00

Current situation of gambling disorder and measures to reduce the treatment gap

Chair

Sachio Matsushita
National Hospital Organization, Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center

SY19-1

Current situation of gambling and prevalence of gambling disorders in Japan
Sachio Matsushita
National Hospital Organization, Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center

SY19-2

GAMBLING DISORDER IN KOREA - THE STATUS AND MANAGEMENT OF GAMBLING DISORDER BASED ON COMMUNITY
Aeran Park
Department of Prevention and public relations of Korea Center on Gambling Problems

SY19-3

Development and efficacy evaluation of an Internet-delivered intervention integrated into a popular messaging app for gambling problems
Ryuhei So
Okayama Psychiatric Medical Center

SY19-4

Dissemination and Implementation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Gambling Disorder in Public Health and Social Service Settings in Japan
Keiji Kobara
Shimane Prefecture Mental Health and Welfare Center

Symposium 20

Tuesday, June 18 10:30-12:00

Considerations regarding prevalence, clinical characteristics, diagnosis and treatment of compulsive sexual behavior disorder in various contexts

Chair

Shane Kraus
VISN 1 New England MIRECC, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford MA USA

Ewelina Kowalewska
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities

SY20-1

Rory Reid
UCLA

SY20-2

Relation between erectile dysfunctions and pornography use - analysis of large set of self-reported data
Ewelina Kowalewska
SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities

SY20-3

Pornography use, Self-Reported Addiction, and Erectile Functioning: Results from Nationally Representative and Longitudinal Data-Sets
Joshua Grubbs
Bowling Green State University, USA

SY20-4

Facets of Personality in Hypersexual Patients with Adult ADHD
Rory Reid
University of California Los Angeles

SY20-5

Brief Pornography Screener: Identifying problematic pornography use in a U.S. sample
Shane Kraus
VISN 1 New England MIRECC, Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, Bedford MA USA

Symposium 21

Tuesday, June 18 13:00-14:30

Integrative biopsychosocial mechanism for understanding of behavioral addiction

Chair

Sulki Chung
Chung-Ang University, Department of Social Welfare, Republic of Korea

Jiang Long
Mental Health Institute of the Second Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, China

SY21-1

Internet game advertisements and youth internet game addiction: Revisiting social responsibility
Sulki Chung
Chung-Ang University, Department of Social Welfare, Republic of Korea

SY21-2

A psychosocial developmental model for understanding adolescence gambling problems in Korean society
Sookhee Im
Dep of Counseling at Konyang Cyber University, Republic of Korea

SY21-3

A cross-cultural study on the mediating effect of perceived social support between stress/negative emotions and problematic smartphone use in Chinese and Belgian undergraduates
Jiang Long
Mental Health Institute of the Second Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, China

SY21-4

Individual characteristics and coping mechanisms associated with the self-stigma of problem gambling
Nerilee Hing
Central Queensland University, Australia

Symposium 22

Tuesday, June 18 13:00-14:30

New approaches for a better understanding of specific Internet-use disorder

Chair

Rayna Sariyska
Department of Molecular Psychology, Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany

Christian Montag
Ulm University, Ulm, Germany; UESTC, Chengdu, China

SY22-1

Internet-communication disorder in German children and adolescents - The interaction of age, need to belong, and self-regulation
Sina Ostendorf
General Psychology: Cognition and Center for Behavioral Addiction Research (CeBAR), University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany

SY22-2

Is Internet gaming disorder associated with general or gaming-specific neural alterations in emotional processing?
Fangwen Yu
NeuSCAN Lab, The Clinical Hospital of Chengdu Brain Science Institute, MOE Key Laboratory for Neuroinformation, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China

SY22-3

Higher number of screen unlocks is positively linked to smartphone-use disorder: A real-world tracking approach
Christian Montag
Ulm University, Ulm, Germany; UESTC, Chengdu, China

SY22-4

The potential of a sports intervention as a therapy for Internet-use disorder and Internet-gaming disorder: Preliminary Results
Rayna Sariyska
Department of Molecular Psychology, Institute of Psychology and Education, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany

Symposium 23

Tuesday, June 18 13:00-14:30

Diagnostic classification of Gaming Disorder: Comparing data on the monothetic ICD-11 and the polythetic DSM-5 approach

Chair

Florian Rehbein
Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Hanover, Germany

Susumu Higuchi
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

SY23-1

The estimated prevalence of ICD-11 gaming disorder among representative young people in the general population in Japan
Susumu Higuchi
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

SY23-2

World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborative Project on the Development of an International Diagnostic Interview for Gaming Disorder
Natacha Carragher
Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland

SY23-3

Concordance of the ICD-11 and DSM-5 classification approaches on grounds of standardized interview data
Hans-Jürgen Rumpf
University of Lübeck

SY23-4

Concordance of gaming disorder in ICD-11 and DSM-5 based on a statewide representative survey of ninth-graders
Florian Rehbein
Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Hanover, Germany

Symposium 24

Tuesday, June 18 13:00-14:30

Considering the countermeasure toward casino opening

Chair

Kosuke Tsurumi
Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine

SY24-1

Considering the countermeasure against gambling disorder from imaging studies
Kosuke Tsurumi
Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine

SY24-2

The process of gambling problem getting serious
Kiyomi Arai
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Nursing Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

SY24-3

Early detection of gambling disorder based on gambling behavioral data
Hiroko Suzuki
Fujitsu Laboratories LTD.

Symposium 25

Tuesday, June 18 13:00-14:30

Understanding and addressing phenomena relating to problematic pornography use and hypersexual behavior

Chair

Maria Veit
Medical University of Hannover, Germany

Gretchen Blycker
University of Rhode Island, USA

SY25-1

Does mate preference predict problematic online pornography? Cross-cultural findings.
Lijun Chen
Fuzhou University, China

SY25-2

Same Same but Different: A Clinical Characterization of Men with Hypersexual Disorder in the Sex@Brain-Study
Jannis Engel
Medical University of Hannover, Germany

SY25-3

The distracting effect of pornographic pictures on working memory performances in hypersexual disorder
Maria Veit
Medical University of Hannover, Germany

SY25-4

Comparison of effects of pharmacological and psychological treatment of CSBD
Mateusz Gola
University of Nicolas Copernicus, Poland

SY25-5

Promoting sexual health through integrative sexual wellness education
Gretchen Blycker
University of Rhode Island, USA

Symposium 26

Tuesday, June 18 16:10-17:40

Treatment and clinical course of Gambling Disorder

Chair

Takanobu Matsuzaki
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

Keun Ho Jo
National Center for mental health, Korea

SY26-1

Self-exclusions in online poker gambling: efficacy as compared to matched controls
Amandine Luquiens
Univ Paris Sud, Ecole Polytechnique Paris CMAP, France

SY26-2

Five-year follow-up of a sample of gamblers: predictive factors of relapse
Marie Grall-Bronnec
UNIVERSITE NANTES / ADDICTOLOGY DEPARTMENT

SY26-3

Current Trends of Online Gambling Disorder and Clinical Experiences in Korea
Keun Ho Jo
National Center for mental health, Korea

SY26-4

Effectiveness of CBT-based outpatient treatment program for gambling disorder: multi-study site randomized control trial in Japan
Takanobu Matsuzaki
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Japan

Symposium 27

Tuesday, June 18 16:10-17:40

Recent Findings in the Neurobiology of Behavioral Addictions

Chair

Marc N. Potenza
Yale University, USA

Mateusz Gola
University of Nicolas Copernicus, Poland

SY27-1

Gray matter volume abnormalities in compulsive sexual behavior, gambling and alcohol use disorder
Mateusz Gola
University of Nicolas Copernicus, Poland

SY27-2

Recent Findings in the Neurobiology of Behavioral Addictions
Marc N. Potenza
Yale University, USA

SY27-3

Alteration of functional connectivity in patients with gaming disorder comorbid with other psychiatric disorders
Shinya Kuriki
Tokyo Denki University, Hokkaido University

SY27-4

Neural mechanisms of Craving Behavioral Therapy in treating Internet Gaming Disorder
Jintao Zhang
Beijing Normal University, China

SY27-5

Neuropsychological and neurobiological correlates of specific Internet-use disorders
Matthias Brand
University Duisburg-Essen, Germany

Symposium 28

Tuesday, June 18 16:10-17:40

Current perspectives on neurobiology and bio-informatics of Internet gaming disorder and smartphone addiction

Chair

Dai-Jin Kim
Department of Psychiatry, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Republic of Korea

SY28-1

Alteration of neural activity related to social interaction in adolescents with excessive social media use
Jiwon Chun
Department of Psychiatry, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Republic of Korea

SY28-2

Error processing deficit and neurophysiological correlates in Internet gaming disorder
Minkyung Park
Department of psychiatry, Seoul National University Boramae Medical Center, Seoul, Republic of Korea

SY28-3

Prediction of internet gaming disorder based on integrative analysis of EEG and PET data
Donghwan Lee
Department of Statistics, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

SY28-4

Personalized treatment using smart health care system for smartphone addiction
In Young Choi
Department of Medical Informatics, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Symposium 30

Tuesday, June 18 16:10-17:40

Impulse control in an age of immediate reward accessibility

Chair

Damien Brevers
Université Libre de Bruxelles

Joël Billieux
University of Luxembourg

SY30-1

Structural Brain Changes Associated with Extensive Video Gaming
Qinghua He
Southwest University Chongqing

SY30-2

Impulsivity as a marker of vulnerability to gambling disorder: a study of affected siblings
Eve Limbrick-Oldfield
University of British Colombia

SY30-3

Examining neural reactivity to gambling cues in the age of sports betting
Damien Brevers
Université Libre de Bruxelles

Symposium 31

Wednesday, June 19 10:30-12:00

The current countermeasures regarding gambling addiction in Japan.

Chair

Yuji Gamo
Kokorono Hospital Machida / Kitasato University

Kiyomi Arai
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Nursing Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences

Discussant

Nozomu Hashimoto
Okayama Psychiatric Medical Center

SY31-1

Measures against substance use disorders and gambling disorders in Japan
Tomomi Toyama
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

SY31-2

The Role of General Psychiatric Hospitals in Gambling Disorder
Toshiaki Tsuneoka
Showa University School of Medicine,Department of Psychiatry

SY31-3

Difficulties and supports for family members of people with gambling disorder in Japan
Nobuaki Morita
University of Tsukuba, Social Psychiatry & Mental Health, Faculty of Medicine

SY31-4

Efforts at gambling addiction recovery facilities
General Incorporared Association GRACE LORD

Ikeda Fumitaka
General Incorporated Association GRACE LORD

SY31-5

The Society Concerned about the Gambling Addiction
Noriko Tanaka
Public Interest Incorporated Association

Symposium 32

Wednesday, June 19 10:30-12:00

Symptomatic characteristics and treatment strategy of Gaming and Gambling disorder

Chair

Hisatsugu Miyata
Department of Psychiatry, Jikei University School of Medicine, Japan

JongSerl Chun
Department of Social Welfare, Ewha Woman’s University, Korea

SY32-1

Treatment Strategy of Internet Gaming
Motohisa Katagami
Department of Neuropsychiatry, Osaka City University ,Japan

SY32-2

Development of Intervention for Problematic Smartphone Use among Korean Adolescents: Using Mixed Methodology
JongSerl Chun
Department of Social Welfare, Ewha Woman's University, Korea

SY32-3

Serial multiple mediation effects of self-control and aggression in the relationship between Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and Internet gaming addiction in adolescents using three-wave longitudinal data
Hyunsuk Jeong
Department of Preventive Med. The Catholic University of Korea

SY32-4

Clinical characteristics of psychiatric comorbidity in gambling disorder in Japan
Risa Yamada
Department of Psychiatry, Jikei University School of Medicine, Japan

Symposium 33

Wednesday, June 19 10:30-12:00

Comorbidity of behavioral addiction

Chair

Sang Kyu Lee
Department of Psychiatry, Hallym University Chuncheon Sacred Hospital, Republic of Korea

Kai Müller
Outpatient Clinic for Behavioral Addictions, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany

SY33-1

Behavioral and Substance Addictions: Co-Occurrence and Association
Sang Kyu Lee
Department of Psychiatry, Hallym University Chuncheon Sacred Hospital, Republic of Korea

SY33-2

Psychiatric comorbidities of ICD-11 gaming disorder
Satoko Mihara
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Yokosuka, Japan

SY33-3

Comorbid disorders as moderating factors in the treatment of internet-related disorders
Kai Müller
Outpatient Clinic for Behavioral Addictions, Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, University Medical Center Mainz, Germany

SY33-4

Characteristics of Treatment Seeking Problem Gamblers with Adult ADHD
Takahiro Tokumasu
Showa University, Japan

Symposium 34

Wednesday, June 19 10:30-12:00

Internet Gaming disorder: game design, commitment, comorbidity, and management issues

Chair

Vladan Starcevic
University of Sydney

SY34-1

The relationship between IGD and ADHD: a review
Pravin Dullur
Conjoint Senior Lecture, Western Sydney University

SY34-2

Problematic online gaming and social anxiety: Towards a better understanding of a complex relationship
Vladan Starcevic
University of Sydney

SY34-3

Game Design: Beyond the Loot Box, why online games are the leaders of persuasive design
Huu Kim Le
Women's and Children's Health Network South Australia

SY34-4

Clinical predictors of gaming abstinence in help-seeking adult problematic gamers
Can Adair
Game quiters

Symposium 35

Wednesday, June 19 10:30-12:00

Criminal population with behavioral addictions--prevalence, law, and treatment in Japan

Chair

Kenji Yokotani
Tokushima University, Graduate School of Technology, Industrial and Social Sciences

SY35-1

Criminal defense of Cretmania and its prospects
Naomi Sugawara
Daini Tokyo Bar Association

SY35-2

Treatment program in prison for pathological gamblers
Katsuhiro Tamura
Niigata Prison, Department of Treatment

SY35-3

Misako Wada
Niigata Juvenile Classification Home

SY35-4

Prevalence of pathological gamblers and pathological internet users in a Japanese prison. Complete survey
Kenji Yokotani
Niigata Seiryo University, Graduate School of Clinical Psychology

Symposium 36

Monday, June 17 13:30-15:00

Training needs for Addiction Medicine in Asia.

Chair

Tohikazu Saito
Psychiatric Institute, Hokujinkai Medical Corporation, Japan

Tomohiro Shirasaka
Department of Psychiatry, Teine Keijinkai Hospital, Japan

SY36-1

The current situation of psychiatric education system including addiction medicine in Japan.
Tomohiro Shirasaka
Department of Psychiatry, Teine Keijinkai Hospital, Japan

SY36-2

Addiction Medicine Training in Taiwan
Chia-chun Hung
Bali Psychiatric Center, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan

SY36-3

Training for Addiction Medicine: From basic to advanced training
Woraphat Ratta-apha
Mahidol University,Thailand

SY36-4

The actual situation of psychological experts education programs and treatment systems of illegal drugs and other addiction in Japan.
Moritoshi Kido
Osaka Univerisy of commerce, Japan.

SY36-5

Training and capacity building for expanding harm reduction services in Malaysia
Anne Yee
Department of Psychological Medicine, University Malaya Center of Addiction Science (UMCAS) ,University Malaya, Malaysia

Symposium 37

Wednesday, June 19 13:00-14:30

Behavioral Addiction Challenge 2019 : Facing the new Era redefining 'Insta', 'Legends', and 'Wall Street'

Chair

Hans-Jürgen Rumpf
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Lübeck, Germany

SY37-1

Development of the Indonesian Internet Addiction Questionnaire : The new internet addiction screening tool catered for Asians
Kristiana Kurniasanti
Department of Psychiatry, Universitas Indonesia-Cipto Mangunkusumo National Hospital

SY37-2

Imaging studies of gambling disorder in Japan
Kosuke Tsurumi
Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine

SY37-3

Factor structure of the Game Addiction Screening Test (GAST) in Thai adolescents
Sawitri Assanangkornchai
Epidemiology Unit, Faculty of Medicine, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla, Thailand

SY37-4

Psychometric development of the Problematic Stock Trading Scale
Sungwon Roh
Hanyang University

SY37-5

Management of gaming disorder and internet addiction in Japan
Satoko Mihara
National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center, Yokosuka, Japan

Symposium 38

Wednesday, June 19 13:00-14:30

Consequences of excessive use of Internet and smart digital contents: Evidence from longitudinal studies

Chair

Hae-Kook Lee
The Catholic University of Korea, Korea

SY38-1

Smartphone use and behavioral problems in young children: Evidence from South Korea
Yunmi Shin
Dep. Of Psychiatry, Ajou University, Republic of Korea

SY38-2

Prospective association between Internet gaming behaviors and Internet gaming disorder: 24-month follow-up results from the iCURE study
Sun-Jin Jo
Dep. Of Preventive Med. The Catholic University of Korea, Republic of Korea

SY38-3

Changes in the prevalence of internet addiction among adolescent and adult populations in Japan
Aya Kinjo
Tottori University School of Medicine, Japan

SY38-4

Protective Factors against Internet Gaming Disorder: A Longitudinal Study
Meng Xuan Zhang
University of Macau, China

Symposium 39

Wednesday, June 19 13:00-14:30

Disordered use of social media among adolescents: Harmful implications and the role of parenting

Chair

Huub Boonen
UC-Leuven-Limburg, CAD Limburg , Belgium

SY39-1

How parents sometimes deliberately increase screen time of their child
Ina Koning
Assistant professor, Utrecht University, Netherlands

SY39-2

The impact of social media disorder symptoms and social media use on sleep, and the preventing role of parental rules
Regina van den Eijnden
Associate professor, Utrecht University, Netherlands

SY39-3

Social networking addiction among university students in Hong Kong
Lu Yu
Assistant professor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

SY39-4

Social media disorder, ADHD-symptoms, and mental health: Longitudinal investigations of directionality among adolescents
Maartje Boer
PhD-Candidate, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Symposium40

Wednesday, June 19 13:00-14:30

Neurobiological aspect of behavioral addiction

Chair

Seon Wan Ki
Department of Psychiatry, International St. Mary's Hospital, Catholic Kwandong University

SY40-1

Diminished Goal-directed Cognitive Control in Gaming Disorders
Young-Chul Jung
Department of Psychiatry Yonsei University College of Medicine

SY40-2

Radixin in the nucleus accumbens contributes to decision-making toward risk choice
Jeong-Hoon Kim
Dept. of Physiology, Yonsei University College of Medicine

SY40-3

Functional neural changes after dropping-off addictive behaviors for Internet gaming disorder: Implications for its negative effect
Guangheng Dong
Hangzhou Normal University

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