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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the 7th International Conference on Behavioral Addictions (ICBA) is due to take place from 20-22 June, 2022, in Nottingham, United Kingdom. In 2011 we launched the Journal of Behavioral Addictions, and two years later we organized the 1st International Conference on Behavioral Addictions (ICBA) in Budapest, Hungary, in order to provide a venue for face-to-face encounters, as well as a forum for scientific information exchange. After the conferences in Budapest (2013, 2015), Geneva (2016), Haifa (2017), Cologne (2018), and Yokohama (2019), in 2020 we are already organizing the seventh meeting. The conference will appeal to research scientists, clinicians, social workers, health service managers and others. We look forward to welcoming everyone who is interested in behavioral addictions and allied disorders, whatever their perspective. Join us in Nottingham from June 20-22, 2022.

Yours sincerely,

Zsolt Demetrovics
Co-Chair
Daria J. Kuss
Co-Chair, Local Organiser
Mark D. Griffiths
Co-Chair

This conference is a unique opportunity to:

  • Share scientific knowledge on behavioral (non-substance related) addictions.
  • Enhance your knowledge and awareness on the common and less common behavioral
    addictions from a multi-disciplinary point of view, and explore novel forms of intervention and prevention models.

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  • Gain a better understanding of different approaches of non-substance related addictions, research reports focusing on
    the addictive patterns of various behaviors, especially disorders of the impulsive-compulsive spectrum, such as:
    gambling / internet / computer and video games / online gaming / pyromania / kleptomania / intermittent explosive disorder
    /trichotillomania / onychophagia / skin picking / compulsive buying / sexual behavior / compulsive hoarding / exercise dependence
    / obsessive-compulsive disorder / eating disorders / body dysmorphic disorder / muscle dysmorphic disorder / hypochondriasis
    / other excessive behaviors or non-substance addiction disorders / behavioral addictions in children/adolescents
  • Coverage ranges from genetic and neurobiological research through psychological and clinical psychiatric approaches to
    epidemiological, sociological and anthropological aspects.
  • Meet experts and facilitate the development of new international networks and collaborations.

For more information please select from the side menu

1. Registration is administrated via an external tool: ConfTool. There, you may create a user account to enter or view reviews and access the results of the reviewing process. To do so, please click on the “Click here” button.
2. To arrange your accommodation, please go to accommodation (Please visit our website later.).
3. Abstract submission happens also via the ConfTool. For further information please go to the “Abstract submission” side menu by clicking on this link.

Registration fee (deadlines are given in GMT+0 23:59):

  • Early bird registration deadline: 20 December 2021 (payment must be completed not later than 10 January 2022)
  • Normal registration: 21 December 2021 – 28 February, 2022 (payment must be completed not later than 15 March 2022)
  • Late registration: From 16 March, 2022, or onsite







  Early bird Normal Late / onsite
ISSBA member €290 €390 €490
Non-member €420 €520 €620
Student ISSBA member €210 €290 €390
Student non-member €280 €360 €460



The use of the reduced registration fee is subject to the payment of the membership fee (for 2022) of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Addictions (ISSBA).
(Those who are already members are expected to pay the 2021 membership fee as well.)


The Journal of Behavioral Addictions offers a 15% discount for corresponding authors who are members of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Addictions (ISSBA).

The registration fee includes:

  • Admission to all scientific sessions
  • Admission to Welcome reception on 20 June
  • Refreshments during breaks
  • Lunch on 20, 21 and 22 June


Please note that we can only refund 40% of the registration fee if cancelled officially before the 20 April 2022. No refund is possible if cancellation is made at a later date.

Topics of discussion

ADHD (Attention-Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder) / Body dysmorphic disorder / Buying-shopping addiction (Compulsive buying) / Compulsive sexual behavior disorder (hypersexuality) / Eating disorders / Excoriation (Skin-Picking) Disorder / Exercise dependence / Food Addiction / Gambling Disorder / Gaming disorder (computer and video games, online gaming) / Hoarding Disorder / Hypochondriasis / Intermittent Explosive Disorder / Internet addiction / Kleptomania / Mobile Phone Addiction / Muscle dysmorphic disorder / Obsessive-compulsive disorder / Pornography Addiction / Pyromania / Social Media Addiction / Trichotillomania (Hair-Pulling Disorder) / Work Addiction

Putting women on the agenda!

Information for oral presentations

  • If using a PowerPoint (or any other computer) presentation, please note you need to bring it on a USB pendrive/flashdrive. You will need to upload it on the computer in the room assigned
    for your session. Assistance is provided upon request.
  • If combining video films with PowerPoint, please make sure to check it in the session hall where your
    lecture is taking place during a coffee or lunch break prior to your session, at least 30 minutes before
    the start of the session.
  • Please note that the conference’s computers in the session halls are being supplied with Microsoft Windows.
  • Presentations should be 15 minutes in duration with an additional 1-2 minutes following for questions.

Information for symposia

  • Symposia (90 minutes) are organized by a chair person and consist of 4-5 individual oral presentations.
  • All abstracts need to be uploaded by the chair person.

Information for mini talks

  • There will be no traditional poster section, but instead, “mini talk” presentations will be organized.
  • Please prepare your presentation to a maximum of 2-3 minutes in length (maximum of 5 slides).
  • An additional 1-2 minutes will be available for questions/comments.
  • Please prepare your presentations in PowerPoint (.pptx, .ppt).

Abstract submission deadline is extended: 22 November 2021
Please be informed that we do not plan any further extension.

Abstract submission happens also via the ConfTool.

Abstracts will be reviewed by 6 December 2021 at the latest.

Please visit our website later for more keynote speakers.

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Hotel booking is also available with this accomodation booking site:
Please visit our website later.

Scientific committee


Max W. Abbott

Aucklan University of Technology

(New Zealand)


Elias N. Aboujaoude

Stanford University

(USA)


Judit Balázs

Eötvös Loránd University

(Hungary)


Alex Baldacchino

University of Dundee

(United Kingdom)


Joël Billieux

University of Lausanne​

(Switzerland)


Alex Blaszczynski

University of Sidney

(Australia)


Kenneth Blum

University of Florida

(USA)


Henrietta Bowden-Jones

Imperial College

(United Kingdom)


Matthias Brand

University of Duisburg-Essen

(Germany)


Wim van den Brink

University of Amsterdam

(The Netherlands)


Gerhard Bühringer

Technische Universität Dresden

(Germany)


Sam-Wook Choi

Eulji University

(Republic of Korea)


Damiaan Denys

University of Amsterdam

(The Netherlands)


Jeffrey L. Derevensky

McGill University

(Canada)


Naomi Fineberg

University of Hertfordshire

(United Kingdom)


Anneke Goudriaan

University of Amsterdam

(The Netherlands)


Marie Grall-Bronnec

University Hospital of Nantes

(France)


Jon E. Grant

University of Minnesota

(USA)


Mark Griffiths

Nottingham Trent University

(United Kingdom)


Heather Hausenblas

University of Florida

(USA)


Tobias Hayer

University of Bremen

(Germany)


Susumu Higuchi

National Hospital Organization Kurihama Medical and Addiction Center

(Japan)


David Hodgins

University of Calgary

(Canada)


Eric Hollander

Monteflore Medical Center

(USA)


Yasser Khazaal

Geneva University Hospital

(Switzerland)


Daniel King

University of Adelaide

(Australia)


Orsolya Király

Eötvös Loránd University

(Hungary)


Ludwig Kraus

IFT Institute for Therapy Research

(Germany)


Emmanuel Kuntsche

Addiction Info Switzerland

(Switzerland)


Hae Kook Lee

The Catholic University of Korea

(Republic of Korea)


Michel Lejoyeux

Paris University

(France)


Olatz Lopez-Fernandez

Monash University

(Australia)


Anikó Maráz

Eötvös Loránd University

(Hungary)


Giovanni Martinotti

‘Gabriele d’Annunzio’ University of Chieti-Pescara

(Italy)


F. Gerard Moeller

University of Texas

(USA)


Astrid Müller

Hannover Medical School

(Germany)


Filip Nuyens

Nottingham Trent University

(United Kingdom)


Daniel Thor Olason

University of Iceland

(Iceland)


Bettina Pikó

University of Szeged

(Hungary)


Halley Pontes

University of Tasmania

(Australia)


Marc N. Potenza

Yale University

(USA)


Afarin Rahimi-Movaghar

Iranian National Center for Addiction Studies (INCAS)

(Iran)


József Rácz

Hungarian Academy of Sciences

(Hungary)


Rory C. Reid

University of California Los Angeles

(USA)


Hans-Jurgen Rumpf

University of Lübeck

(Germany)


Dan J. Stein

University of Cape Town

(South Africa)


Marcantonio M. Spada

London South Bank University

(United Kingdom)


Daniel T. Spritzer

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

(Brazil)


Sherry H. Stewart

Dalhousie University

(Canada)


Attila Szabó

Eötvös Loránd University

(Hungary)


Alfred Uhl

Austrian Federal Health Institute

(Austria)


Róbert Urbán

Eötvös Loránd University

(Hungary)


Johan Vanderlinden

University Psychiatric Center
K.U. Leuven Campus,Kortenberg

(Belgium)


Alexander E. Voiskounsky

Moscow State University

(Russia)


Aviv M. Weinstein

Ariel University

(Israel)


The Journal of Behavioral Addictions (impact factor: 6.756)
provides a unique opportunity to publish in the field of any behavioral addictions.


We expect to prepare a special issue in which all abstracts accepted for oral presentation or poster will be disseminated.

More information on JBA


The aims of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Addictions (ISSBA) are to study behavioral addictions and to help developing the interface of behavioral addiction science on the international stage.

More information on ISSBA

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