Reliability and Validity of Three Instruments (DSM-IV, CPGI, and PPGM) in the Assessment of Problem Gambling in South Korea

@article{Back2014ReliabilityAV,
  title={Reliability and Validity of Three Instruments (DSM-IV, CPGI, and PPGM) in the Assessment of Problem Gambling in South Korea},
  author={Ki-Joon Back and Robert J. Williams and Choong-Ki Lee},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={775-786}
}
Most research on the assessment, epidemiology, and treatment of problem gambling has occurred in Western jurisdictions. This potentially limits the cross-cultural validity of problem gambling assessment instruments as well as etiological models of problem gambling. The primary objective of the present research was to investigate the reliability and validity of three problem gambling assessment instruments within a South Korean context. A total of 4,330 South Korean adults participated in a… CONTINUE READING

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