Effects of Mental Imagery on Gambling Behavior

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The influence of a brief mental imagery task was examined to determine if imagining engaging in gambling behaviors would satiate the participant on gambling-related reinforcers and subsequently reduce gambling behavior. Thirty-one participants underwent a mental imagery task consisting of either imagining gambling on a slot machine 30 times and placing… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10899-012-9314-0

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@article{Whiting2012EffectsOM, title={Effects of Mental Imagery on Gambling Behavior}, author={Seth W. Whiting and Mark R. Dixon}, journal={Journal of Gambling Studies}, year={2012}, volume={29}, pages={525-534} }