Using the Theory of Reasoned Action to examine the gambling behaviors of college athletes and other students.

@inproceedings{Thrasher2006UsingTT,
  title={Using the Theory of Reasoned Action to examine the gambling behaviors of college athletes and other students.},
  author={Robert Gene Thrasher},
  year={2006}
}
USING THE THEORY OF REASONED ACTION TO EXAMINE THE GAMBLING BEHAVIOR OF COLLEGE ATHLETES AND OTHER STUDENTS Robert Gene Thrasher, Jr. May 3, 2006 Legal and illegal gambling opportunities are readily available to students on college campuses and surrounding areas (Saum, 1999). College students are at an age that is highly impressionable, experimental, and prime to taking risks while ignoring the potential consequences (Oster, 1992). Because of their desire for competition, college student… CONTINUE READING

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