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electronic gaming machines . International Gambling Studies, 7 ( 3 ), 361 – 376 . doi: 10.1080/14459790701601810 10.1080/14459790701601810 Neal , P

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of gambling was electronic gaming machines (EGMs; 32.9%), followed by sports betting (21.2%), blackjack (17.1%) and poker (16%). EGMs were also the mode of gambling on which players spent the most time (31%), and money (30.9%). Measures Gambling

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Victoria Manning
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Nicki. A. Dowling
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Stuart Lee
,
Simone Rodda
,
Joshua Benjamin Bernard Garfield
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Rachel Volberg
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Jayashri Kulkarni
, and
Dan Ian Lubman

, buying a lottery ticket, playing keno or playing cards at home – as well as playing the pokies [electronic gaming machines (EGMs)] or betting on sports.” Those who responded “yes” were asked to indicate the frequency (per month) for different gambling

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background. Analysis of annual gambling participation rates showed that the entire sample reported playing electronic gaming machines (EGMs); a quarter reported playing casino table games; and 50% reported having engaged in at least one form of wagering

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Alex M. T. Russell
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Nerilee Hing
,
Philip Newall
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Nancy Greer
,
Cassandra K. Dittman
,
Hannah Thorne
, and
Matthew Rockloff

to the age of 18. EGMs = electronic gaming machines. Associations between exposure and simulated forms, and subsequent traditional gambling behaviour and harm Table 4 shows the relationship between each of the seven simulated gambling forms and

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. , King , D. , & Gainsbury , S. M. ( 2020 ). Understanding gambling and gaming skill and its implications for the convergence of gaming with electronic gaming machines

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. There was a significant difference in agreement whereby 27% of people with problem gambling thought ATMs should be in venues compared with around half of non-Electronic gaming machine (EGM) gamblers or those with low-level problems. Two-thirds of people

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Alex M.T. Russell
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Nerilee Hing
,
Gabrielle Maria Bryden
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Hannah Thorne
,
Matthew J Rockloff
, and
Matthew Browne

and subsequent restrictions between states and territories. These restrictions meant that consumers were unable to access electronic gaming machines (EGMs), casino games, or bingo, all of which can be legally provided only in land-based venues. Most

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dramatic reduction or ban on some forms of gambling, e.g., electronic gaming machines) will influence PG rates. Another way to test the PP argument is to consider evidence from longitudinal survey studies that have tracked the status of gamblers

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Philip W.S. Newall
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Lukasz Walasek
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Rebecca Vázquez Kiesel
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Elliot A. Ludvig
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Caroline Meyer

.630 Dowling , N. , Smith , D. , & Thomas , T. ( 2005 ). Electronic gaming machines: Are they the ‘crack‐cocaine’of gambling

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