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Professor Dr Attila Szabo
Professor Dr Attila Szabo
ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary
Verified email at ppk.elte.hu - Homepage
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The exercise addiction inventory: A new brief screening tool
A Terry, A Szabo, M Griffiths
Addiction Research & Theory 12 (5), 489-499, 2004
5322004
Using IT in the undergraduate classroom: should we replace the blackboard with PowerPoint?
A Szabo, N Hastings
Computers & education 35 (3), 175-187, 2000
5192000
Exercise addiction: Symptoms, diagnosis, epidemiology, and etiology
K Berczik, A Szabó, MD Griffiths, T Kurimay, B Kun, R Urbán, ...
Substance use & misuse 47 (4), 403-417, 2012
4072012
Academic offences and e‐learning: individual propensities in cheating
J Underwood, A Szabo
British Journal of Educational Technology 34 (4), 467-477, 2003
3622003
Temporal patterning of competitive emotions: A critical review
E Cerin, A Szabo, N Hunt, C Williams
Journal of sports sciences 18 (8), 605-626, 2000
3522000
The exercise addiction inventory: a quick and easy screening tool for health practitioners
MD Griffiths, A Szabo, A Terry
British journal of sports medicine 39 (6), e30-e30, 2005
2702005
The acute effects of humor and exercise on mood and anxiety
A Szabo
Journal of leisure research 35 (2), 152-162, 2003
2702003
Cybercheats: Is information and communication technology fuelling academic dishonesty?
A Szabo, J Underwood
Active learning in higher education 5 (2), 180-199, 2004
2642004
The effects of slow-and fast-rhythm classical music on progressive cycling to voluntary physical exhaustion
A Szabo, A Small, M Leigh
Journal of sports medicine and physical fitness 39 (3), 220, 1999
2541999
Psychometric properties and concurrent validity of two exercise addiction measures: A population wide study
K Berczik, R Urbán, A Szabo, MD Griffiths, J Farkas, A Magi, A Eisinger, ...
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 13 (6), 739-746, 2012
2332012
The impact of Internet-based specific activities on the perceptions of Internet addiction, quality of life, and excessive usage: A cross-sectional study
HM Pontes, A Szabo, MD Griffiths
Addictive Behaviors Reports 1, 19-25, 2015
1982015
Guidelines for Internet research: An update.
EE Michalak, A Szabo
European Psychologist 3 (1), 70, 1998
1781998
Is excessive online usage a function of medium or activity? An empirical pilot study
MD Griffiths, A Szabo
Journal of behavioral addictions 3 (1), 74-77, 2014
1732014
Focus: addiction: methodological and conceptual limitations in exercise addiction research
A Szabo, MD Griffiths, RLV Marcos, B Mervó, Z Demetrovics
The Yale journal of biology and medicine 88 (3), 303, 2015
1672015
The impact of exercise deprivation on well-being of habitual exercises.
A Szabo
Australian Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 27 (3), 68-75, 1995
1671995
The exercise paradox: An interactional model for a clearer conceptualization of exercise addiction
AY Egorov, A Szabo
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 2 (4), 199-208, 2013
1652013
Exercise addiction in British sport science students
A Szabo, MD Griffiths
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 5 (1), 25-28, 2007
1562007
Physical activity as a source of psychological dysfunction
A Szabo
Physical activity and psychological well-being, 142-165, 2003
1442003
The psychometric properties of the smartphone application-based addiction scale (SABAS)
S Csibi, MD Griffiths, B Cook, Z Demetrovics, A Szabo
International journal of mental health and addiction 16 (2), 393-403, 2018
1182018
Phenylethylamine, a possible link to the antidepressant effects of exercise?
A Szabo, E Billett, J Turner
British Journal of Sports Medicine 35 (5), 342-343, 2001
1172001
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