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Mark Griffiths is a British psychologist working in the field of gambling and addiction, particularly in terms of Internet use.
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- Griffith, M. D. (1996). Gambling on the Internet: A brief note. Journal of Gambling Studies, 12, 471-473.
- Griffith, M. D. (1998). Internet usage and “Internet addiction” in students and its implications for student learning. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 15, 89-91.
- Griffiths, M. (1998). Internet addiction: Does it really exist?. In J. Gackenbach (Ed.), Psychology and the Internet, intrapersonal, interpersonal, and transpersonal implications (pp. 61-75). San Diego: Academic Press.
- Griffiths, M. (1999). Internet addiction. The Psychologist, 12, 246-250.
- Griffith, M. D. (1999). Gambling technologies: Prospects for problem gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 15, 265-283.
- Griffiths, M. (2000). Does Internet and computer “Addiction” exists? Some case study evidence. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 3, 211-218.
- Griffith, M. D. (2000). Internet gambling and crime. Police Journal, 73, 25-30.
- Griffith, M. D. (2000). Internet addiction – Time to be taken seriously? Addiction Research, 8, 413-418.
- Griffith, M. D. (2001). The pathologification of excessive Internet use: A reply to Hansen. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy,1, 85-90.
- Griffith, M. D. (2001). Excessive Internet use: Implications for education. Education and Health, 19, 23-29.
- Griffith, M. D. (2002). Internet gambling in the workplace. In M. Anandarajan & C. Simmers, (Eds.), Managing Web usage in the workplace: A social, ethical and legal perspective (pp. 148-167). Philadelphia, PA: Idea Publishing.
- Griffiths, M. (2003). Internet-gambling: Issues, concerns, and recommendations. CyberPsychology and Behavior, 6, 557-568.
- Griffiths, M. (2005). A 'components' model of addiction within a biopsychosocial framework. Journal of Substance Use, 10, 191-197.
- Griffiths, M. D., & Parke, J. (2002). The social impact of Internet gambling. Social Science Computer Review, 20, 312-320.
- Griffith, M. D., Rogers, M. E., & Sparrow, P. (1998). Crime and IT (part II): ‘Stalking the Net’. Probation Journal, 45, 138-141.
- Griffiths, M., & Wood, R. T. A. (2000). Risk factors in adolescence: The case of gambling, videogame playing, and the Internet. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16, 199-225.