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Gambling among university undergraduate students: An investigation of gambler subtypes varying in affective motivations for gambling

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In book: Psychology of Gambling, Chapter: 6, Publisher: Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Editors: M.J. Esposito, pp.83-110
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The field of gambling research has advanced rapidly in recent years with the sophistication of the research mirroring the complexity of this public health concern. This is an exciting time for gambling research. Psychology, genetics, neurobiology, and treatment have joined forces to address not only gambling but also the universal theme of what gambling represents: conflicting motivations that drive behavior. This new book gathers important recent research in the field.
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