Prevalence of Pathological Gambling in Quebec in 2002

@article{Ladouceur2005PrevalenceOP,
  title={Prevalence of Pathological Gambling in Quebec in 2002},
  author={R. Ladouceur and C. Jacques and S. Chevalier and Serge S{\'e}vigny and D. Hamel},
  journal={The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={451 - 456}
}
Objective: To assess gambling behaviours and the problems associated with pathological gambling among the adult population of Quebec in 2002. Method: In Phase 1 of this 2-phase study, a total sample of 8842 adults was assessed. We used the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS), adapted for telephone interview, to assess one-half of the sample; the other one-half was evaluated with the Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI). In the study's second phase, we compared the classifications obtained from… Expand
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