The Family Functioning of Female Pathological Gamblers

@article{Dowling2007TheFF,
  title={The Family Functioning of Female Pathological Gamblers},
  author={Nicki A Dowling and David P Smith and Trang Thomas},
  journal={International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction},
  year={2007},
  volume={7},
  pages={29-44}
}
The available evidence suggests that pathological gambling significantly disrupts family relationships and has a substantial impact on family members. However, these conclusions are based almost exclusively on male pathological gamblers and their female spouses or partners. The current study, which was a secondary study derived from a treatment outcome study for female pathological gamblers, surveyed three samples with the aim to evaluate (1) the quality of the dyadic and family relationships… CONTINUE READING

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