A Prospective Clinical Study of a Cohort of Patients Seeking Treatment for a Behavioral Addiction (EVALADD)
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This research aims to provide a better understanding of the factors associated with the evolution of behavioral addictions, and compliance with care. The investigators thus aim to follow patients with several types of behavioral addictions, based on addictive, sociodemographic, clinical and endophenotypical characteristics, as well as their care adhesion.
Evolution of behavioral addictions [ Time Frame: 8 years ]
Understand what determines the evolution of behavioral addictions and compliance with care. Study the outcome of patients with behavioral addictions, both in terms of the evolution of of the addictive pathology and associated clinical and endophenotypic characteristics, as well as adherence to care.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
15 Years and older (Child, Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Patients seeking treatment for a behavioral addiction
Inclusion Criteria :
- All consecutive patients seeking treatment at the University Hospital of Nantes for a behavioral addiction and age over 15 will be allowed to participate to the study.
Exclusion Criteria :
Cognitive impairment incompatible with the assessment
Difficulty for writing or reading the French language, incompatible with the assessement