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Pop-up messages are typically displayed to gamblers during gambling sessions to prevent excessive gambling and aid in assessing maladaptive gambling cognitions. However, the impact of such messages on gambling behavior...  Read More

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This course discusses the development of an internet-based treatment for problem gamblers and their concerned significant others (COS). Two arms were used, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and behavioral couples therapy...  Read More

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This course discusses treatment options in pathological gambling. The gambler was assigned either individual or couple treatment. It includes: revealing gambling behaviors to the partner, the need to develop mutual...  Read More

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This course examines gender differences among problem gambler. It includes: harm minimization, customer behavior, responsible service of gambling, EGM, staff training, problem gambling identification thorough visible behaviors and differentiation of...  Read More

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Gambling disorder is a behavioral addiction associated with impairments in value-based decision-making and cognitive control. These functions are thought to be regulated by dopamine within fronto-striatal circuits, but the role...  Read More

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This study is intended to recognize factors that could influence how and why people with intellectual disabilities may engage and understand gambling harms. The primary focus of this research is...  Read More

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This course examines the role of race ethnicity and income as risk factors in problem gambling and Gambling Disorder (GD). The first article is an epidemiological sample of adults in...  Read More

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This course examines the growth and effects of online communities, including the role of social media, in gaming and gambling behaviors. It includes: The Blurring Line Between Gambling and Gaming,...  Read More

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This course is a systematic review of 51 studies on gambling and pathological gambling using national datasets from NESARC. It includes: definitions of recreational and problem gambling, gambling subtypes, sociodemographics...  Read More

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This course discusses the role of impulsivity in Gambling Disorder. It includes the model proposed by MacKillop et al., delay discounting, sensation seeking, associations between impulsivity, associations between impulsivity measures,...  Read More

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This course discusses gender differences in gambling disorder recovery. The authors found some differences, however not for recovery capital. It includes: SUD, stressful life events, recovery capital, intrinsic spirituality, depression...  Read More

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This course discusses problem gambling treatment. Women were given problem gambling treatment via teleconference and webinar using a self-help work book. This remote treatment was effective using a set of...  Read More

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This research intensive course covers cognitive remediation for gambling disorder. It identifies various forms of cognitive dysfunction in this population. The authors examine attention bias and approach bias, as well...  Read More

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This course discusses motives for gambling. It examines: social, financial, fun/thrill and negative affect factors of both problem and non-gamblers in Spain. It also tested Spanish speaking measures. This is...  Read More

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This course discusses Gamblers’ Anonymous (GA) as a pathway to recovery in people with problem gambling. Gamblers Anonymous is a mutual aid fellowship based on 12-step principles. This review includes...  Read More

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This course examines the application of a tool to accurately compare studies in order to discover the underpinning of why an approach work, the mechanisms of change. The authors developed...  Read More

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This course examines Gambling Disorder (GD) and it’s psychological underpinnings. It explains: problematic vs pathological gambling, co-occurring depression in gambling disorder, types of problematic gambling, online interventions for depressive symptoms,...  Read More

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This course covers a meta-analysis of several studies, systemic reviews and other meta-analyses of brief interventions for problem gambling. It includes: problem gambling vs pathological gambling, numerous studies and a...  Read More

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Nowadays, gambling disorder (GD) is a worldwide health issue and there is a growing need to both improve our understanding of this disorder and to tailor specific interventions for its...  Read More

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Alcoholics Anonymous refers to the alcoholic who has stopped drinking, but who still demonstrates alcoholic attitudes and behaviors, as a “dry drunk.” Such individuals are said to have abstinence but...  Read More

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