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The cycle of psychological addiction begins when a person A) seeks an escape from unpleasant situations or unhappiness. B) is unable to control a behavior. C) deals with the negative consequences of the behavior or chemical. D) is in denial that a problem exists.
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User: The cycle of psychological addiction begins when a person A) seeks an escape from unpleasant situations or unhappiness. B) is unable to control a behavior. C) deals with the negative consequences of the behavior or chemical. D) is in denial that a problem exists.

Weegy: B) is unable to control a behavior.
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The cycle of psychological addiction begins when a person seeks an escape from unpleasant situations or unhappiness.
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