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address as viable methods of harm reduction or minimization. This problem is further compounded by the complex interplay between different features, so that changes to one feature (e.g., slowing reel speeds or reducing bet sizes) may not necessarily reduce

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; Hartogsohn, 2016; Leary, Litwin, & Metzner, 1963 ), and (ii) the use of a sober “minder” or “guide” – a harm-reduction strategy often used by recreational users, and always employed in clinical contexts ( Johnson, Richards, & Griffiths, 2008 ). Drug effects

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.1038/nrn1220 Marlatt , G. A. , & Witkiewitz , K. ( 2002 ). Harm reduction approaches to alcohol use: Health promotion

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-existent, this begs the question of why these substances cannot similarly be regulated through education and harm reduction-based measures, rather than through the sledge-hammer of the criminal law, thus striking more of an equilibrium between the state

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, J. L. ( 2017 ). Factors that influence children’s gambling attitudes and consumption intentions: Lessons for gambling harm prevention research, policies and advocacy strategies . Harm Reduction Journal, 14 ( 1 ), 11 . doi: 10.1186/s

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.2174/15733998113099990003 . 10.2174/15733998113099990003 Tupper , K. W. ( 2008 ). The globalization of ayahuasca: Harm reduction or benefit maximization? . International Journal of Drug Policy , 19 ( 4 ), 297 – 303 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2006.11.001 . 10

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, K. W. ( 2008 ). The globalization of ayahuasca: Harm reduction or benefit maximization? International Journal of Drug Policy, 19 ( 4 ), 297 – 303 . doi: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2006.11.001 10.1016/j.drugpo.2006

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prevention and harm-reduction programs . Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 49 ( 3 ), 192 – 200 . doi: 10.1080/02791072.2017.1305518 10.1080/02791072.2017.1305518 Ross , L

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game use to the youth. Within a harm-reduction philosophy, video game abstinence is not necessarily a realistic goal. Sessions attempt to foster a mutual agreement about reducing the amount of video game time ( Ramirez et al., 2011 ). Furthermore, in

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/7719-health-equity-in-psychedelic-medicine-advancing-practices-for-people-of-color-spring-2019 . Rigg , K. K. ( 2017 ). Motivations for using MDMA (Ecstasy/Molly) among African Americans: Implications for prevention and harm-reduction programs . Journal of

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