The Validity and Reliability of Four Measures of Gambling Behaviour in a Sample of Singapore University Students

@article{Arthur2008TheVA,
  title={The Validity and Reliability of Four Measures of Gambling Behaviour in a Sample of Singapore University Students},
  author={David Arthur and Wai Leng Tong and Chia Pei Chen and Ai Yun Hing and Miharu Sagara-Rosemeyer and E E Heok Kua and Jeanette Ignacio},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={451-462}
}
The primary aim of this study was to determine the reliability and validity of measures for detecting problem gamblers for use with university students in a Singapore context. The four instruments commonly used in gambling research, the DSM-IV, GA-20, SOGS and CPGI were administered to a sample of students (n = 193) from a representative cross section of faculties from one university. The CPGI was found to be the most reliable (α = 0.922) and valid in terms of construct validity as demonstrated… CONTINUE READING

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