Prevalence and correlates of problem gambling in people with psychotic disorders
Objective There are few published studies on the comorbidity of psychosis and problem gambling. This paper provides estimates of the prevalence and clinical correlates of problem gambling in a representative sample of people with psychotic disorders. Method The second Australian national survey of psychosis was undertaken in 2010 and included adults (18–64 years) attending mental health services. Problem gambling was measured using the Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI) at two...[Show more]
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