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Vol 43: Winter 2019/20 Electronic Gambling Machines Outside Casinos: An Environmental Study of Risk Factors in Gambling Venues Abstract  PDF  HTML
Maxime Chrétien, Annie Goulet, Daniel Fortin-Guichard, Joanne Castonguay, Sophie Derguy, Stéphanie Hamel, Christian Jacques, Dominic Nadeau, Isabelle Giroux
Vol 45: Fall 2020 Poker playing among women: Understanding factors associated with gambling problems Abstract  PDF  HTML
Adèle Morvannou, Sylvia Kairouz, Mélina Andronicos, Emilie Jobin, Djamal Berbiche, Magali Dufour
Vol 44: Spring 2020 Opportunity Cost and Gambling: Distinguishing Between Competing Activities and Harm  PDF  HTML
Paul Delfabbro, Daniel King, Neophytos Georgiou
Vol 33: Fall 2016 An Ecological Approach to Electronic Gambling Machines and Socioeconomic Deprivation in Germany Abstract  HTML  PDF
Stergios Xouridas, Johannes Jasny, Tilman Becker
Vol 32: Spring 2016 Episodic Chasing and Price of Scratch-off Lottery Tickets Abstract  HTML  PDF
Seth W. Whiting, Rocco Giovanni Catrone, Amrinder Babbra
No 16 (2006) Clarifying the at-risk label: A commentary Abstract  HTML
Blas_ Gambino
Online First (Vol 46): Special Issue - Gambling, Gaming, & Technology Use The role of video gaming motives in the relationship between personality risk traits and Internet Gaming Disorder Abstract  PDF
Roberta Biolcati, Stefano Passini, Virginia Pupi
No 21 (2008) How working in a gaming venue can lead to problem gambling: The experiences of six gaming venue staff Abstract  HTML  PDF
Nerilee Hing, Helen Breen
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