Brand Addiction

Brand Addiction is a compilation of complete visual identity systems designed for fashion shops.


Author: Shaoqiang Wang

Publisher: Edizioni Flamant

ISBN: 8417084037

Category: Design

Page: 240

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Brand Addiction is a compilation of complete visual identity systems designed for fashion shops.


The Number One Sunday Times Bestseller This is the age of addiction, a condition so epidemic, so all encompassing and ubiquitous that unless you are fortunate enough to be an extreme case, you probably don't know that you have it.


Author: Russell Brand

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509844968

Category: Self-Help

Page: 282

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The Number One Sunday Times Bestseller This is the age of addiction, a condition so epidemic, so all encompassing and ubiquitous that unless you are fortunate enough to be an extreme case, you probably don't know that you have it. What unhealthy habits and attachments are holding your life together? Are you unconsciously dependent on food? Bad relationships? A job that doesn't fulfill you? Numb, constant perusal of your phone, looking for what? My qualification for writing this book is not that I am better than you, it's that I am worse. I am an addict, addicted to drugs, alcohol, sex, money, love and fame. The program in Recovery has given Russell Brand freedom from all addictions and it will do the same for you. This system offers nothing less than liberation from self-centredness, a new perspective, freedom from the illusion of suffering for anyone who is willing to take the necessary steps.


The Thin Line Between Obsession and Addiction Brand addiction, and its slightly less severe cousin, brand obsession, are subsets of shopping addiction, and while they may not be recognized as ...


Author: Martin Lindstrom

Publisher: Currency

ISBN: 9780385531740

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 304

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From the bestselling author of Buyology comes a shocking insider’s look at how today’s global giants conspire to obscure the truth and manipulate our minds, all in service of persuading us to buy. Marketing visionary Martin Lindstrom has been on the front lines of the branding wars for over twenty years. Here, he turns the spotlight on his own industry, drawing on all he has witnessed behind closed doors, exposing for the first time the full extent of the psychological tricks and traps that companies devise to win our hard-earned dollars. Picking up from where Vance Packard's bestselling classic, The Hidden Persuaders, left off more than half-a-century ago, Lindstrom reveals how advertisers and corporations: • Intentionally target children at an alarmingly young age • Stoke the flames of public panic and capitalize on paranoia over global contagions, extreme weather events, and food contamination scares. • Are secretly mining our digital footprints to uncover some of the most intimate details of our private lives • Purposely adjust their formulas in order to make their products chemically addictive • And much, much more. This searing expose introduces a new class of tricks, techniques, and seductions--the Hidden Persuaders of the 21st century--and shows why they are more insidious and pervasive than ever.

Sociological Imaginations from the Classroom Plus A Symposium on the Sociology of Science Perspectives on the Malfunctions of Science and Peer Reviewing

Class discussion on their personal brand addiction, for instance, becomes a lively exchange of what is cool and what is not. It is shocking for the students to learn about the sweatshops and unthinkably low wages paid to the young ...


Author: Mohammad H. Tamdgidi

Publisher: Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Press)

ISBN: 9781888024586

Category: Social Science

Page: 248

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This Spring 2008 (VI, 2) issue of Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge includes two symposium papers by Klaus Fischer and Lutz Bornmann who shed significant light on why the taken-for-granted structures of science and peer reviewing have been and need to be problematized in favor of more liberatory scientific and peer reviewing practices more conducive to advancing the sociological imagination. The student papers included (by Jacquelyn Knoblock, Henry Mubiru, David Couras, Dima Khurin, Kathleen O’Brien, Nicole Jones, Nicole [pen name], Eric Reed, Joel Bartlett, Stacey Melchin, Laura Zuzevich, Michelle Tanney, Lora Aurise, and Brian Ahl) make serious efforts at developing their theoretically informed sociological imagination of gender, race, ethnicity, learning, adolescence and work. The volume also includes papers by faculty (Satoshi Ikeda, Karen Gagne, Leila Farsakh) who self-reflectively explore their own life and pedagogical strategies for the cultivation of sociological imaginations regardless of the disciplinary field in which they do research and teach. Two joint student-faculty papers and essays (Khau & Pithouse, and Mason, Powers, & Schaefer) also imaginatively and innovatively explore their own or what seem at first to be “strangers’” lives in order to develop a more empathetic and pedagogically healing sociological imaginations for their authors and subjects. The journal editor Mohammad H. Tamdgidi’s call in his note for sociological re-imaginations of science and peer reviewing draws on the relevance of both the symposium and other student and faculty papers in the volume to one another in terms of fostering in theory and practice liberating peer reviewing strategies in academic publishing. Anna Beckwith was a guest co-editor of this journal issue. Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge is a publication of OKCIR: The Omar Khayyam Center for Integrative Research in Utopia, Mysticism, and Science (Utopystics). For more information about OKCIR and other issues in its journal’s Edited Collection as well as Monograph and Translation series visit OKCIR’s homepage.

Internet Addiction

Two new theoretical models of Internet addiction were published in 2014. The first was introduced by Brand et al. (2014b), and shortly afterwards, Dong and Potenza (2014) published a model which specifically focuses on Internet gaming ...


Author: Christian Montag

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319462769

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 392

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The second edition of this successful book provides further and in-depth insight into theoretical models dealing with Internet addiction, as well as includes new therapeutical approaches. The editors also broach the emerging topic of smartphone addiction. This book combines a scholarly introduction with state-of-the-art research in the characterization of Internet addiction. It is intended for a broad audience including scientists, students and practitioners. The first part of the book contains an introduction to Internet addiction and their pathogenesis. The second part of the book is dedicated to an in-depth review of neuroscientific findings which cover studies using a variety of biological techniques including brain imaging and molecular genetics. The third part of the book focuses on therapeutic interventions for Internet addiction. The fourth part of the present book is an extension to the first edition and deals with a new emerging potential disorder related to Internet addiction – smartphone addiction. Moreover, in this second edition of the book new content has been added. Among others, the reader will find an overview of theoretical models dealing with Internet addiction, results from twin studies in the context of Internet addiction and additional insights into therapeutic approaches to Internet addiction.

Internet and Smartphone Use Related Addiction Health Problems

Health Addict. 2019, 1–21. [CrossRef] 24. Müller, M.; Brand, M.; Mies, J.; Lachmann, B.; Sariyska, R.Y.; Montag, C. The 2D:4D Marker and Different Forms of Internet Use Disorder. Front. Psychiatry 2017, 8, 213. [CrossRef] [PubMed] 25.


Author: Olatz Lopez-Fernandez

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783036512747

Category: Medical

Page: 614

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This Special Issue presents some of the main emerging research on technological topics of health and education approaches to Internet use-related problems, before and during the beginning of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The objective is to provide an overview to facilitate a comprehensive and practical approach to these new trends to promote research, interventions, education, and prevention. It contains 40 papers, four reviews and thirty-five empirical papers and an editorial introducing everything in a rapid review format. Overall, the empirical ones are of a relational type, associating specific behavioral addictive problems with individual factors, and a few with contextual factors, generally in adult populations. Many have adapted scales to measure these problems, and a few cover experiments and mixed methods studies. The reviews tend to be about the concepts and measures of these problems, intervention options, and prevention. In summary, it seems that these are a global culture trend impacting health and educational domains. Internet use-related addiction problems have emerged in almost all societies, and strategies to cope with them are under development to offer solutions to these contemporary challenges, especially during the pandemic situation that has highlighted the global health problems that we have, and how to holistically tackle them.

Cognition and Addiction

Excessive discounting of delayed reinforcers as a trans-disease process contributing to addiction and other disease- related ... correlates of decision-making in ambiguous and risky situations. Neural Netw. 19 (8), 1266e1276. Brand, M.


Author: Antonio Verdejo García

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128152997

Category: Psychology

Page: 442

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Cognition and Addiction: A Researcher’s Guide from Mechanisms Towards Interventions provides researchers with a guide to recent cognitive neuroscience advances in addiction theory, phenotyping, treatments and new vistas, including both substance and behavioral addictions. This book focuses on “what to know and “how to apply information, prioritizing novel principles and delineating cutting-edge assessment, phenotyping and treatment tools. Written by world renowned researcher Antonio Verdejo-Garcia, this resource will become a go-to guide for researchers in the field of cognitive neuroscience and addiction. Examines cognitive neuroscience advances in addiction theory, including both substance and behavioral addictions Discusses primary principles of cutting-edge assessment, phenotyping and treatment tools Includes detailed chapters on neuro-epidemiology and genetic imaging

The One Year Illustrations Club

And because instant, but quickly fleeting, gratification is always at our fingertips—Amazon Prime, Instagram likes, pornography, text messages and other modern trappings—we have become addicted. And addiction is something Brand knows a ...


Author: Richard Swift


ISBN: 9781678116194



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The Evolution of Business in the Cyber Age

Brand Addiction: Getting habitual to a product is great, but even greater is the addiction to brand. It's like a gift to any marketer. If the customer buys nothing but only your brand, it is a matter of huge brand success.


Author: Divya Gupta Chowdhry

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000007282

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 358

View: 828

This book has a two-fold mission: to explain and facilitate digital transition in business organizations using information and communications technology and to address the associated growing threat of cyber crime and the challenge of creating and maintaining effective cyber protection. The book begins with a section on Digital Business Transformation, which includes chapters on tools for integrated marketing communications, human resource workplace digitalization, the integration of the Internet of Things in the workplace, Big Data, and more. The technologies discussed aim to help businesses and entrepreneurs transform themselves to align with today’s modern digital climate. The Evolution of Business in the Cyber Age: Digital Transformation, Threats, and Security provides a wealth of information for those involved in the development and management of conducting business online as well as for those responsible for cyber protection and security. Faculty and students, researchers, and industry professionals will find much of value in this volume.

Buying and Selling Civil War Memory in Gilded Age America

J. Stephens of Lebanon, Ohio singlehandedly placed at least 120 advertisements for his brand of addiction cures during the 1880s and 1890s. Another Ohio vendor, H. C. Keith of Toledo, dared veterans to test the effectiveness of his ...


Author: James Marten

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820359670

Category: History

Page: 286

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Adolescent Addiction

Pawlikowski, M., & Brand, M. (2011). Excessive Internet gaming and decision making: Do excessive World of Warcraft players have problems in decision making under risky conditions? Psychiatry Research, 188,428–433.


Author: Cecilia A. Essau

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128186268

Category: Psychology

Page: 356

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Adolescent Addiction: Epidemiology, Assessment, and Treatment, Second Edition, offers researchers and clinicians a single-volume resource on the nature, extent and treatment of addictive problems in adolescents. Chapters cover the foundations of addictive problems, including developmental, social and neurobiological factors, common addictions among adolescents, including e-cigarettes, shopping, smartphones, social networking and exercise addiction, and challenges and recommendations for future research in adolescent addiction. Chapters in the second half of the book cover clinical characteristics, screening and clinical assessment methods, epidemiology, comorbidity, course and outcome, protective and risk factors, and more. Presents a breadth of coverage on addiction problems Presents a simple and accessible organization, making it easy to examine specific addictive problems - their nature, extent and prevention/intervention Includes a concise summary of key clinical points in each chapter to help readers put findings into practice

Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists

Usual Dosage Routes of Child Pregnancy Other Anxiolytics Brand Range Other Uses and Side Effects Administration Approved Category ... Oral No D (muscle relaxant) (USA Brand addiction Name Related to Carisoprodol Soma, now a C-IV in the ...


Author: Mark Muse

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118235089

Category: Psychology

Page: 528

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Praise for Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists "Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists is a remarkably thorough introductory textbook for integrating psychotropic drug prescribing into psychological practices. It covers basic concepts in physiology, neurology, and pharmacology in easily understood language. Not only is this book a requirement for any psychologist seeking to gain prescriptive authority, but it is also helpful for any mental health clinician who collaborates with prescribers of any discipline. I recommend it highly." —Daniel Carlat, MD, Editor in Chief of The Carlat Psychiatry Report "An important resource for any psychologist who is preparing to become a prescribing psychologist or for any psychologist who wants to be informed about the practice of medical psychology." —Joseph E. Comaty, PhD, MP, coauthor of A Primer of Drug Action "Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists is an excellent treatise written by psychologists for psychologists." —From the Foreword by Patrick H. DeLeon, PhD, and Jack G. Wiggins, PhD, former presidents of the American Psychological Association An essential and practical guide to integrating psychopharmacology into clinical practice Edited by medical psychologists with contributions by notable experts in their respective specialties, Handbook of Clinical Psychopharmacology for Psychologists covers key topics including: Ethics, standards of care, laws, and regulations relevant to clinical psychopharmacology Disorders of the nervous system, with particular relevance to psychopharmacology Use of comprehensive diagnostic strategies to establish differential diagnoses among possible medical and psychological symptoms Integration of pharmacotherapy with psychotherapy This essential book also provides an introduction to the qualifying exam for psychologists seeking specialty training in psychopharmacology, the Psychopharmacology Exam for Psychologists (PEP). The PEP-like practice test is available on the companion CD-ROM.

Addictions Counseling Today

... meta-analysis that preliminary results suggest that CBT outperforms other psychological treatments regarding the amount of time spent on the Internet. Young created her brand of CBT for Internet addiction (CBT-IA; Young & Brand, ...


Author: Kevin G. Alderson

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781544392325

Category: Education

Page: 720

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Winner of the 2020 Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) Counselling Book Award Enlightening and practical, Addictions Counseling Today invites students into the heart of addictive thinking, offering first-person accounts of what it is like to experience different addictions. The text covers the range of addictions from alcohol, drug abuse, and nicotine to various process addictions, including sex, internet, gaming, social media, and gambling. Also included are the various theories and models of addiction, with a unique chapter on the neuroscience of addiction. Focusing on the new DSM-V classifications for addiction with an emphasis on CACREP and treatment, this provocative, contemporary text is an essential reference for both students and practitioners wanting to gain a deeper understanding of those with addiction. Learn why teaching addictions is changing and how to adapt your course by watching Kevin G. Alderson′s Ph.D. webinar entitled The Pandemic Addiction Volcano here. Online Resources Free PowerPoint® slides with video for instructors are available with this text. Test bank questions will be available in August 2020. Contact the author to learn more.

The Brand Bubble

The Looming Crisis in Brand Value and How to Avoid It John Gerzema, Edward Lebar ... ( ) , which provides tips and guidance on de - branding your life , including how to “ diagnose brand addiction and how best to beat it .


Author: John Gerzema

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: UOM:39015080839957

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 252

View: 410

"The authors reveal their surprising findings from extensive academic research, featuring the discovery of energized differentiation, a quantifiable measure of a brand's motion, creativity, and continuous evolution. Brands with this quality are irresistible to consumers and demonstrably more valuable to business. Through interviews, data, and fascinating case studies of today's most vibrant companies, Gerzema and Lebar guide readers through a five-stage process for reorganizing the organization around the brand - the key to sustainable, profitable brand performance."--BOOK JACKET.

Intervention in the Brain

Dopamine addiction and, 92–96, 99–100 aggression and, 124 amygdala and, 183 attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and, 123–124 blunted response to, ... See also specific brand addiction and, 42, 44, 68, 90–94, 96, 112, 116, ...


Author: Robert H. Blank

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262313742

Category: Medical

Page: 384

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The political and policy implications of recent developments in neuroscience, including new techniques in imaging and neurogenetics. New findings in neuroscience have given us unprecedented knowledge about the workings of the brain. Innovative research—much of it based on neuroimaging results—suggests not only treatments for neural disorders but also the possibility of increasingly precise and effective ways to predict, modify, and control behavior. In this book, Robert Blank examines the complex ethical and policy issues raised by our new capabilities of intervention in the brain. After surveying current knowledge about the brain and describing a wide range of experimental and clinical interventions—from behavior-modifying drugs to neural implants to virtual reality—Blank discusses the political and philosophical implications of these scientific advances. If human individuality is simply a product of a network of manipulable nerve cell connections, and if aggressive behavior is a treatable biochemical condition, what happens to our conceptions of individual responsibility, autonomy, and free will? In light of new neuroscientific possibilities, Blank considers such topics as informed consent, addiction, criminal justice, racism, commercial and military applications of neuroscience research, new ways to define death, and political ideology and partisanship. Our political and social institutions have not kept pace with the rapid advances in neuroscience. This book shows why the political issues surrounding the application of this new research should be debated before interventions in the brain become routine.

Fit for Business

Developing one's identity in a positive way beyond the constraints of consumerism and brand addiction and thus ... If being part of a group is only determined by wearing the same brands of clothes, if a sense of place is linked to ...


Author: Matthias Pilz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783531190280

Category: Education

Page: 216

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Within compulsory education, prevocational education is intended primarily to introduce participants to the world of work. This book considers curriculum design and pedagogical practice in pre-vocational education during the last two years of compulsory education. The study focuses on seven European countries (Scotland, Latvia, Poland, Hungary, Germany, Austria, Portugal) and presents an analysis of the curriculum as it relates both to knowledge-based competencies in economics and business and to self- and social competencies. It then discusses the differences between the prescribed and the enacted curriculum as identified by means of a subsequent survey of teachers. The authors conclude with a comparative assessment of each country case study, combined with supranational recommendations.

Internet Gaming Disorder

Pathological gamblers, heroin addicts and controls compared on the EPQ 'Addiction Scale'. Addiction, 80, 315–319. Brand, M., Young, K. S., & Laier, C. (2014). Prefrontal control and Internet addiction: a theoretical model and review of ...


Author: Daniel King

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128129258

Category: Psychology

Page: 294

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Internet Gaming Disorder: Theory, Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention is an informative and practical introduction to the topics of Internet gaming disorder and problematic gaming. This book provides mental health clinicians with hands-on assessment, prevention, and treatment techniques for clients with problematic gaming behaviors and Internet gaming disorder. It provides an overview of the existing research on epidemiology, risk and protective factors, and discusses the distinct cognitive features that distinguish gaming from gambling and other related activities and disorders. Clinicians will find interest in discussion of the latest developments in cognitive-behavioral approaches to gaming disorder as well as the best structure for clinical interviews. Included in clinical sections are details of the key indicators of harm and impairment associated with problem gaming and how these might present in clinical cases. Internet Gaming Disorder is strongly evidence-based, draws extensively upon the latest international research literature, and provides insights into the likely future developments in this emerging field both in terms of technological development and new research approaches. Discusses the conceptual basis of Internet gaming disorder as a behavioral addiction Provides screening approaches for measuring excessive gaming Details a structured clinical interview approach for assessing gaming disorder Provides evidence-based clinical strategies for prevention and treatment Covers cognitive behavioral therapy and harm reduction strategies

Perspectives and Trends in Education and Technology

... C.C.: Comorbidity of compulsive buying and brand addiction: an examination of two types of addictive consumption. J. Bus. Res. 113, 399–408 (2020) 36. Mueller, A., Mitchell, J.E., Crosby, R.D., Gefeller, O., Faber, R.J., Martin, A., ...


Author: Anabela Mesquita

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811650635

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1030

View: 763

This book presents high-quality, peer-reviewed papers from the International Conference in Information Technology & Education (ICITED 2021), to be held at the ESPM – Higher School of Advertising and Marketing, Sao Paulo, Brazil, between the 15th and the 17th of July 2021. The book covers a specific field of knowledge. This intends to cover not only two fields of knowledge – Education and Technology – but also the interaction among them and the impact/result in the job market and organizations. It covers the research and pedagogic component of Education and Information Technologies but also the connection with society, addressing the three pillars of higher education. The book addresses impact of pandemic on education and use of technology in education. Finally, it also encourages companies to present their professional cases which is discussed. These can constitute real examples of how companies are overcoming their challenges with the uncertainty of the market.

The Cigarette Papers

... contract or in - house research on smoking and health , 275 advertising brand advertising used to send political message ... Kool Jazz advertisements in , 387 American Brands Addiction Research Foundation , 304 Council for Tobacco ...


Author: Stanton A. Glantz

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520213726

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 560

View: 802

These documents provide a shocking inside account of the activities of one tobacco company, Brown & Williamson, and its multinational parent, British American Tobacco, over more than thirty years.