Geir Scott Brunborg
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Development of a Facebook addiction scale
CS Andreassen, T Torsheim, GS Brunborg, S Pallesen
Psychological reports 110 (2), 501-517, 2012
Problematic video game use: estimated prevalence and associations with mental and physical health
RA Mentzoni, GS Brunborg, H Molde, H Myrseth, KJM Skouverøe, ...
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 14 (10), 591-596, 2011
Is video gaming, or video game addiction, associated with depression, academic achievement, heavy episodic drinking, or conduct problems?
GS Brunborg, RA Mentzoni, LR Frøyland
Journal of behavioral addictions 3 (1), 27-32, 2014
Academic achievement among first semester undergraduate psychology students: the role of course experience, effort, motives and learning strategies
Å Diseth, S Pallesen, GS Brunborg, S Larsen
Higher Education 59 (3), 335-352, 2010
Differences in cognitive distortions between pathological and non-pathological gamblers with preferences for chance or skill games
H Myrseth, GS Brunborg, M Eidem
Journal of gambling studies 26 (4), 561-569, 2010
The relationship between media use in the bedroom, sleep habits and symptoms of insomnia
GS Brunborg, RA Mentzoni, H Molde, H Myrseth, KJM Skouverøe, ...
Journal of sleep research 20 (4), 569-575, 2011
Core self-evaluations: A predictor variable for job stress
GS Brunborg
European Psychologist 13 (2), 96-102, 2008
Gaming addiction, gaming engagement, and psychological health complaints among Norwegian adolescents
GS Brunborg, RA Mentzoni, OR Melkevik, T Torsheim, O Samdal, ...
Media psychology 16 (1), 115-128, 2013
Adolescents drink less: how, who and why? A review of the recent research literature
H Pape, I Rossow, GS Brunborg
Drug and alcohol review 37, S98-S114, 2018
Social media use and episodic heavy drinking among adolescents
GS Brunborg, J Burdzovic Andreas, E Kvaavik
Psychological reports 120 (3), 475-490, 2017
Core and peripheral criteria of video game addiction in the game addiction scale for adolescents
GS Brunborg, D Hanss, RA Mentzoni, S Pallesen
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (5), 280-285, 2015
Depressive symptomatology among Norwegian adolescent boys and girls: The patient health questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9) psychometric properties and correlates
J Burdzovic Andreas, GS Brunborg
Frontiers in Psychology 8 (887), 2017
Problem gambling and the five‐factor model of personality: a large population‐based study
GS Brunborg, D Hanss, RA Mentzoni, H Molde, S Pallesen
Addiction 111 (8), 1428-1435, 2016
Trender i helse og livsstil blant barn og unge 1985-2005. Norske resultater fra studien" Helsevaner blant skoleelever. En WHO-undersøkelse i flere land."
O Samdal, I Leversen, T Torsheim, MS Manger, GS Brunborg, B Wold
Research Centre for Health Promotion, The University of Bergen, 2009
Increase in time spent on social media is associated with modest increase in depression, conduct problems, and episodic heavy drinking
GS Brunborg, JB Andreas
Journal of adolescence 74, 201-209, 2019
Terms of abuse as expression and reinforcement of cultures
JP Van Oudenhoven, B de Raad, F Askevis-Leherpeux, P Boski, ...
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 32 (2), 174-185, 2008
Binge drinking, cannabis and tobacco use among ethnic Norwegian and ethnic minority adolescents in Oslo, Norway
DS Abebe, GS Hafstad, GS Brunborg, BN Kumar, L Lien
Journal of immigrant and minority health 17 (4), 992-1001, 2015
Associations between human values and alcohol consumption among Norwegians in the second half of life
T Nordfjærn, GS Brunborg
Substance use & misuse 50 (10), 1284-1293, 2015
Collectivity of drinking behavior among adolescents: An analysis of the Norwegian ESPAD data 1995-2011
GS Brunborg, EK Bye, I Rossow
Nordic Journal on Alcohol and Drugs 31 (4), 389-398, 2014
Description and pre-post evaluation of a telephone and Internet based treatment programme for pathological gambling in Norway: A pilot study
H Myrseth, GS Brunborg, M Eidem, S Pallesen
International Gambling Studies 13 (2), 205-220, 2013
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