Recovery from problem gambling without formal treatment
Understanding the process by which problem gamblers recover without formal treatment may improve both formal treatments and assist those who wish to modify their gambling behavior without seeking treatment. Study 1 assessed the recovery process in problem gamblers who had recovered for at least 6 months without formal treatment from those who had recovered with the assistance of formal treatment. The treated recovered gamblers generally had a more severe gambling problem than did untreated...[Show more]
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