Commentary on Dowling et al. (2016): Is it time to stop conducting problem gambling prevalence studies?
The dual-frame survey conducted by Dowling and colleagues should cause gambling researchers to re-evaluate the scientific value of routinely conducting problem gambling prevalence studies. A better use of resources would support research designed to reduce the incidence of gambling-related harm rather than perpetuate its ongoing mismeasurement.
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