One Decade of Self Exclusion: Missouri Casino Self-Excluders Four to Ten Years after Enrollment

  title={One Decade of Self Exclusion: Missouri Casino Self-Excluders Four to Ten Years after Enrollment},
  author={Sarah E. Nelson and John H. Kleschinsky and Richard A. LaBrie and Sara A. Kaplan and Howard J. Shaffer},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
For more than a decade, casinos around the world have offered self-exclusion programs (SEPs) to gamblers seeking help with their gambling behavior. Despite the proliferation of SEPs, little is known about the long-term outcomes for gamblers who utilize these programs. The current study assessed the experiences of a sample (N = 113) of Missouri self-excluders (SEs) for as long as 10 years after their initial enrollment in the Missouri Voluntary Exclusion Program (MVEP). Most SEs had positive… CONTINUE READING
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