A naturalistic study of recovering gamblers: What gets better and when they get better

@article{RossiniDib2015ANS,
  title={A naturalistic study of recovering gamblers: What gets better and when they get better},
  author={Danielle Rossini-Dib and Daniel G{\'o}mez Fuentes and Hermano Tavares},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={227},
  pages={17-26}
}
Gambling recovery has typically been assessed through the lens of gambling behavior and its consequences. Little attention has been given to less obvious features of gambling disorder, such as negative affectivity, gambling cognitive distortions, impulsivity, cognitive flexibility, planning, inhibitory control, and decision-making. The current study investigates how gambling treatment affected these variables and if any are related to gambling recovery. One hundred and thirteen patients were… CONTINUE READING
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