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The Study of gambling and health in Victoria presents findings from a 2014 exploration into participation in gambling in Victoria and the prevalence of problem and at-risk gambling.
This is the first major study to measure problem gambling in Victoria in six years. The...
A randomised controlled trial was conducted to examine the effectiveness of four psychological treatments for problem gambling:cognitive behaviour therapy motivational interviewing behaviour therapy client-centred therapy.
The study, one of the largest ever conducted examining treatments for problem gambling, also included a qualitative component...
This research investigated consumers' perspectives on the use of online and venue-based electronic gaming machines (EGMs).
Funded through a foundation grant for clinical research on gambling, this project aimed to create guidelines to help members of the public assist people with gambling problems.
The guidelines cover:warning signs talking to a person with gambling problems about their concerns dealing...
This study explores the convergence between gambling and gaming and the implications it has for young people.
The study reports gambling and gaming are converging. Gambling products are increasingly incorporating gaming themes and elements, such as elements of skill. Video games may imitate gambling...
This study aimed to determine the nature and relative intensity of stigma for problem gambling in Victoria, and to analyse how this stigma is perceived and experienced by different groups. It also considered how stigma may impede treatment and interventions among first-time and relapsed help...