A Treatment Approach for Adolescents with Gambling Problems

@inproceedings{Gupta2005ATA,
  title={A Treatment Approach for Adolescents with Gambling Problems},
  author={Rina Sen Gupta and Jeffrey Lee Derevensky},
  year={2005}
}
As indicated in previous chapters‚ it is not uncommon for an adolescent to be participating in one form of gambling or another‚ be it the lottery‚ card playing for money‚ sports wagering‚ or gambling on electronic gambling devices. The results of the National Research Council’s (NRC) (1999) review of empirical studies suggest that 85% of adolescents (the median of all studies) report having gambled during their lifetime‚ with 73% of adolescents (median value) reporting gambling in the past year… Expand
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