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A pathways model of problem and pathological gambling.
At the moment, there is no single conceptual theoretical model of gambling that adequately accounts for the multiple biological, psychological and ecological variables contributing to the developmentExpand
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A Science-Based Framework for Responsible Gambling: The Reno Model
As social observers increasingly identify gambling-related problems as a public health issue, key stakeholders need to join together to reduce both the incidence and prevalence of gambling-relatedExpand
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Problem Gambling Within a Chinese Speaking Community
The purpose of this study was to obtain preliminary data on pathological gambling rates within a metropolitan Chinese community to determine if more costly extensive epidemiological surveys wereExpand
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Superstitious Beliefs in Gambling Among Problem and Non-Problem Gamblers: Preliminary Data
Superstitious beliefs, defined as a strong conviction based on the erroneous perception of a cause-effect association between two independent events, are considered to play an instrumental role inExpand
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Pathways to Pathological Gambling: Identifying Typologies
The majority of explanatory models of pathological gambling fail to differentiate specific typologies of gamblers despite recognition of the multi-factorial causal pathways to its development. AllExpand
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The Development of the Separation Anxiety Symptom Inventory (SASI)
Separation anxiety continues to be implicated as an early risk factor to adult emotional disorder but recent research findings are somewhat contradictory. Inconsistencies in approaches to measuringExpand
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The prevalence and determinants of problem gambling in Australia: assessing the impact of interactive gambling and new technologies.
New technology is changing the nature of gambling with interactive modes of gambling becoming putatively associated with higher rates of problem gambling. This paper presents the first nationallyExpand
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Impulsivity in pathological gambling: the antisocial impulsivist.
The construct of impulsivity has to date remained relatively unexplored in the pathological gambling literature. This is in spite of recent claims suggesting that impulsivity may be an importantExpand
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Impact of Mode of Display and Message Content of Responsible Gambling Signs for Electronic Gaming Machines on Regular Gamblers
Harm-minimization strategies aim to reduce gambling-related risks; however, minimal evidence supports the effectiveness of current strategies involving the placement of warning signs in gamblingExpand
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A digital revolution: Comparison of demographic profiles, attitudes and gambling behavior of Internet and non-Internet gamblers
Internet gambling is one of the fastest growing sectors of e-commerce and rapidly growing as a mode of gambling. Expand
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