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) Cultural bias, rational choice, and age should be considered. Griffiths et al. (2016) Gaming despite negative consequences Are the negative consequences short-term or long-term? Griffiths et al. (2016) Withdrawal The response to an immediate disruption of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Catherine Tulloch
Nerilee Hing
Matthew Browne
Alex M. T. Russell
Matthew Rockloff
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Vijay Rawat

where EGMs are located throughout Australia continue to be based on an informed choice model that assumes that almost all consumers will make rational choices about their gambling if they are provided with sufficient information ( Blaszczynski, Ladouceur

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the standard of rational choice in the field of economics (e.g.,  Loewenstein, 1992 ; Samuelson, 1937 ). Findings of better fits with a hyperbolic, non-rational model take on importance in the study of impulsive behavior. The quality of the fit index

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