Natural history of gambling problems: Results from a general population survey
Aims: The study explored reasons for change among a sample of former problem gamblers. It was predicted that former heavy gamblers with more severe problems prior to resolution would be more likely to volunteer a negative consequence driven reason for change as compared to participants with less severe gambling problems prior to resolution. Methods: A random digit dialing telephone survey of 8,467 adults was conducted in Ontario, Canada. Respondents who had a gambling problem at some point in...[Show more]
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