The Role of Self-esteem and Fear of Negative Evaluation in Compulsive Buying

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Biolcati, Roberta;

Compulsive buying is a relatively new addictive disorder that interferes with everyday functioning and may result in serious psychological and financial problems (1). A very few data are currently available regarding this behavioral addiction. This study investigated ge... View more
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