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1 Candy Crush Saga: What lies behind the candies? A journey through obsession, addiction and loneliness Fabrizio Piciarelli
2 The 10 Commandments of Social Networks Fabrizio Piciarelli
3 Pokemon Go Mania: Is the Game already over? Fabrizio Piciarelli
4 Online Gaming: the 4 main threats Fabrizio Piciarelli
5 Living happy and sane with smartphones and tablets: 5 digital detox essentials Fabrizio Piciarelli
6 The Social Isolation of the Hikikomori: Voluntarily Imprisoned and Glued to the Screens Carmen María Martínez Conde
7 The 7 deadly sins of social networks Fabrizio Piciarelli
8 Cell-phone dependence: Levels of daily use revealed Fabrizio Piciarelli
9 Violent Media, Children, and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): The Role of Genes Caterina Saccà e Vittorio Romano
10 Digital Intoxication: When to Stop Fabrizio Piciarelli

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