The Prevalence and Correlates of Gambling Participation among Community-Dwelling Chinese Older Adults in the U.S.

@inproceedings{Chen2015ThePA,
  title={The Prevalence and Correlates of Gambling Participation among Community-Dwelling Chinese Older Adults in the U.S.},
  author={Ruijia Chen and XinQi Dong},
  year={2015}
}
This study aimed to examine the prevalence and correlates of gambling participation and problems among community-dwelling Chinese older adults in the U.S. Based on a community-based participatory research approach, the study enrolled 3,159 Chinese older adults aged 60 years and above in the greater Chicago area. Among the participants, 58.9% were women and the average age was 72.8 years. Overall, 467 older adults had engaged in gambling in the past twelve months and 65 older adults had… 

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