Strategic and non-strategic problem gamblers differ on decision-making under risk and ambiguity.

@article{Lorains2014StrategicAN,
  title={Strategic and non-strategic problem gamblers differ on decision-making under risk and ambiguity.},
  author={F. K. Lorains and Nicki A Dowling and Peter Gregory Enticott and John L. Bradshaw and Jennifer Trueblood and Julie C. Stout},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2014},
  volume={109 7},
  pages={1128-37}
}
AIMS To analyse problem gamblers' decision-making under conditions of risk and ambiguity, investigate underlying psychological factors associated with their choice behaviour and examine whether decision-making differed in strategic (e.g., sports betting) and non-strategic (e.g., electronic gaming machine) problem gamblers. DESIGN Cross-sectional study. SETTING Out-patient treatment centres and university testing facilities in Victoria, Australia. PARTICIPANTS Thirty-nine problem gamblers… CONTINUE READING