Dropouts and continuers in Gamblers Anonymous: Part four. Evaluation and summary

@article{Brown2005DropoutsAC,
  title={Dropouts and continuers in Gamblers Anonymous: Part four. Evaluation and summary},
  author={R. Iain F. Brown},
  journal={Journal of gambling behavior},
  year={2005},
  volume={3},
  pages={202-210}
}
  • R. Brown
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Journal of gambling behavior
AbstractIn this fourth part of a study of dropouts from Gamblers Anonymous, the design, aims and rationale of which are outlined in part 1 (Brown, 1985b) experiences of GA by a sample of dropouts who had attended more than one meeting are analyzed and compared with similarly obtained responses from a group of continuing attenders who had not gambled for at least one year. The overall pattern of findings from the three prior parts of the study is interpreted as suggesting that(1)Gamblers… Expand
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