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    Gambling as an Addictive Behaviour
    • Online ISBN: 9780511543715
    • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511543715
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'If thinking about addiction is going to change, the study of excessive gambling is likely to be one of the richest sources of new ideas' (Jim Orford). In this book, the authors present research into gambling, showing the psychological variables that govern the erosion or maintenance of self-control over gambling behaviour. These studies provide an empirical basis for a model of impaired control of gambling. Impaired control, in its broadest sense, is considered to be the defining psychological construct of all the addictive behaviours and occupies a central position in conceptualising the addictive aspects of gambling.

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Review of the hardback:' … a good read … this book is likely to be of value to those with an interest in gambling research and policy.'

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