Gambling expenditure predicts harm: evidence from a venue-level study
Background and Aims: The Total Consumption Theory of gambling suggests that gambling expenditure is positively associated with gambling-related harm. We test the hypothesis that electronic gaming machine (EGM) expenditure predicts gambling-related harm at the level of the EGM venue. Design: Cross-sectional analysis of survey and administrative data. Setting: General urban adult population of the Northern Territory of Australia. Participants: The sample consisted of 7049 respondents to a...[Show more]
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