Divergent Validity of Measures of Cognitive Distortions, Impulsivity, and Time Perspective in Pathological Gambling

@article{MacKillop2006DivergentVO,
  title={Divergent Validity of Measures of Cognitive Distortions, Impulsivity, and Time Perspective in Pathological Gambling},
  author={James MacKillop and Emily J. Anderson and Bryan A. Castelda and Richard E. Mattson and Peter J. Donovick},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={339-354}
}
The present study assessed the divergent validity of several self-report and objective behavioral measures for assessing pathological gambling using three samples divided by South Oaks Gambling Scale score [Lesieur, & Blume (1987). American Journal of Psychiatry, 144, 1184–1188]: pathological gamblers, potential pathological gamblers, and non-pathological gamblers. Self-report measures included the Gamblers’ Beliefs Questionnaire [GBQ; Steenbergh, Meyers, May, & Whelan (2002). Psychology of… CONTINUE READING

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