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Vol 41: Spring 2019 Factor structure and validation of the Japanese version of the Gambling Symptom Assessment Scale (GSAS-J) Abstract  PDF  HTML
Kengo Yokomitsu, Eiichi Kamimura
 
No 23 (2009) Gamblers Anonymous and the 12 Steps: How an informal society has altered a recovery process in accordance with the special needs of problem gamblers Abstract  HTML  PDF
Peter Ferentzy, Wayne Skinner, Paul Antze
 
No 18 (2006) Nordic gambling markets and the possibilities for state-level control1 Abstract  HTML
Jenny Cisneros Örnberg
 
No 9 (2003) Why do gamblers over-report wins? An examination of social factors Abstract  HTML
John Jamieson, Chris Mushquash, Dwight Mazmanian
 
Vol 32: Spring 2016 Psychopathology and Personality Characteristics in Pathological Gamblers: Identifying Subgroups of Gamblers Abstract  HTML  PDF
Helga Myrseth, Ståle Pallesen, Helge Molde, Odd E. Havik, Guy Notelaers
 
No 21 (2008) A cognitive-behavioral analysis of Gamblers Anonymous Abstract  HTML  PDF
Tony Toneatto
 
No 16 (2006) Characteristics of people seeking treatment for problem gambling in Ontario: Trends from 1998 to 2002 Abstract  HTML
Karen A. Urbanoski, Brian R. Rush
 
No 26 (2011) Does one shoe fit all? Impacts of gambling among four ethnic groups in New Zealand Abstract  HTML  PDF
En-Yi J Lin, Sally Casswell, Taisia Huckle, Ru Quan You, Lanuola Asiasiga
 
No 19 (2007) The role of mindfulness in the cognitive-behavioural treatment of problem gambling Abstract  HTML  PDF
Tony Toneatto, Lisa Vettese, Linda Nguyen
 
No 11 (2004) Loneliness and life dissatisfaction in gamblers Abstract  HTML
James Porter, Julia Ungar, G. Ron Frisch, Reena Chopra
 
No 23 (2009) Electronic gambling machines: Influence of a clock, a cash display, and a precommitment on gambling time Abstract  HTML  PDF
Robert Ladouceur, Serge Sévigny
 
No 17 (2006) Between consumption and investment: A new approach to the study of the motivation to gamble Abstract  HTML
Bartlomiej Dzik
 
No 8 (2003) The interactive effects of avoidance coping and dysphoric mood on problem gambling for female and male gamblers Abstract  HTML
Anna Thomas, Susan Moore
 
Vol 32: Spring 2016 The Role of Cross-Cue Reactivity in Coexisting Smoking and Gambling Habits Abstract  HTML  PDF
Edelgard Wulfert, Kristen Harris, James Broussard
 
No 21 (2008) Random-ratio schedules of reinforcement: The role of early wins and unreinforced trials Abstract  HTML  PDF
John Haw
 
No 14 (2005) Clients' perspectives of, and experiences with, selected Australian problem gambling services Abstract  HTML
Alun C. Jackson, Shane A. Thomas
 
No 26 (2011) Gamblers, grinders, and mavericks: The use of membership categorisation to manage identity by professional poker players Abstract  HTML  PDF
Breigh Radburn, Rachel Horsley
 
No 19 (2007) II. The utility of outcome expectancies in the prediction of adolescent gambling behaviour Abstract  HTML  PDF
Meredith A. M. Gillespie, Jeffrey Derevensky, Rina Gupta
 
No 7 (2002) Online help for problem gambling: Why it is and is not being considered Abstract  HTML
Gerry Cooper, Guy Doucet
 
Vol 32: Spring 2016 The Social Side of the Pathways Model: Examining the Mediation of Social Support on the Relationship between Psychopathology and Problem Gambling Abstract  HTML  PDF
Mark van der Maas
 
No 21 (2008) Student gambling, erroneous cognitions, and awareness of treatment in Scotland Abstract  HTML  PDF
Crawford Moodie
 
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