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No 16 (2006) Walking Tall (2004) Details   HTML
Nigel E. Turner
No 21 (2008) Welcome to Issue 21 Details   HTML   PDF
Daryl Boshart
No 24 (2010) Welcoming Sherry Stewart as the Journal of Gambling Issues' Editor-in-chief Details   HTML   PDF
Editorial Team
No 16 (2006) What can affective neuroscience teach us about gambling? Details   HTML
Martin Zack
No 38 (2018) What Characterizes Excessive Online Stock Trading? A Qualitative Study Abstract   PDF   HTML
Melanie Rose Dixon, Isabelle Giroux, Christian Jacques, Philippe Grégoire
No 27 (2012) What is Addiction? Details   HTML   PDF
Dean R. Gerstein
No 36 (2017) What is the harm? Applying a public health methodology to measure the impact of gambling problems and harm on quality of life. Abstract   PDF   HTML
Vijay Rawat, Nancy Greer, Erika Langham, Matthew Rockloff, Christine Hanley
No 15 (2005) What is the role of problem gambling help line services? Details   HTML
Jeff Marotta
No 26 (2011) What's Luck Got To Do With It? The History, Mathematics, and Psychology of the Gambler's Illusion Details   HTML   PDF
N. Will Shead
No 9 (2003) When the Chips Are Down: Problem Gambling in America Details   HTML
Editorial Team
No 12 (2004) Where are the "Community Benefit" funds from pokie machine trusts distributed? Details   HTML
Hope Simonsen, Suzanne Grant
No 29 (2014) Where Codependency Takes Us: A Commentary Details   HTML   PDF
Bonnie K. Lee
No 9 (2003) Why do gamblers over-report wins? An examination of social factors Abstract   HTML
John Jamieson, Chris Mushquash, Dwight Mazmanian
No 20 (2007) Why do Internet gamblers prefer online versus land-based venues? Some preliminary findings and implications Abstract   HTML   PDF
Robert T Wood, Robert J Williams, Paul K Lawton
No 5 (2001) Why Don't Adolescent Problem Gamblers Seek Treatment? Abstract   HTML
Mark Griffiths
No 11 (2004) Why don't adolescents turn up for gambling treatment (revisited)? Abstract   HTML
Serge Chevalier, Mark Griffiths
No 12 (2004) Why is wearing glasses useful in New Zealand? Details   HTML
Lorna Dyall
No 21 (2008) Why Swedish people play online poker and factors that can increase or decrease trust in poker Web sites: A qualitative investigation Abstract   HTML   PDF
Richard T.A. Wood, Mark D. Griffiths
No 36 (2017) Win or Lose: Negotiating meaning of time and money within three gambling settings Abstract   PDF   HTML
Chantal Robillard, Sylvia Kairouz, Eva Monson
No 7 (2002) Winning Web sites: Researching gambling on the Internet Details   HTML
Rhys Stevens
No 29 (2014) Youth gambling as risky business: An examination of risk perception and perception of skill and luck among Danish adolescents Abstract   HTML   PDF
Søren Kristiansen, Sara Marie Jensen, Maria Camilla Trabjerg
No 2 (2000) Youth Gambling: A Clinical and Research Perspective Abstract   HTML
Jeffrey L. Derevensky, Rina Gupta
No 14 (2005) Youth gambling: A public health perspective Abstract   HTML
Carmen Messerlian, Jeffrey L. Derevensky
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