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Gambling problems in youth: Theoretical and applied perspectives

Keis Ohtsuka

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This collection of specialist papers on the current state of youth gambling research summarises the progress in youth problem gambling research in recent years. Theories on youth problem gambling have evolved to a point where research evidence once perceived as contradictory and subject to debate can be reconciled within a more general theoretical framework. Growing consensus makes possible a synthesis that can inform public policy.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4309/jgi.2005.14.11

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