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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Alex M. T. Russell
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Nerilee Hing
,
Philip Newall
,
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
,
Nerilee Hing
,
Gabrielle Maria Bryden
,
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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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Philip W.S. Newall
,
Lukasz Walasek
,
Rebecca Vázquez Kiesel
,
Elliot A. Ludvig
, and
Caroline Meyer

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

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43 participants, Kim, Wohl, Stewart, Sztainert, and Gainsbury ( 2014 ) found that participants who were explicitly asked to consider setting a time limit on their electronic gaming machine (EGM) play were significantly more likely to do so and spent

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Nerilee Hing
,
Alex M.T. Russell
,
Vijay Rawat
,
Gabrielle M. Bryden
,
Matthew Browne
,
Matthew Rockloff
,
Hannah B. Thorne
,
Philip Newall
,
Nicki A. Dowling
,
Stephanie S. Merkouris
, and
Matthew Stevens

, including electronic gaming machines (EGMs), casino games, sports betting and race betting. At the same time, psychosocial stressors were elevated in the community due to concerns about the pandemic and the effects of restrictions. These circumstances

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electronic gaming machines in New Zealand: Experiences and views of gamblers and venue staff . International Gambling Studies, 16 ( 1 ), 49 – 66 . doi: 10.1080/14459795.2015.1093535 10

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Expanding on the multidisciplinary stakeholder framework to minimize harms for problematic risk-taking involving emerging technologies

Commentary on: Problematic risk-taking involving emerging technologies: A stakeholder framework to minimize harms (Swanton et al., 2019)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Jing Shi
,
Mark van der Maas
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Nigel E. Turner
, and
Marc N. Potenza

://www.mcvuk.com/business-news/igda-calls-for-global-games-industry-to-take-action-on-loot-boxes-before-governments-take-that-action-for-us/ . Blaszczynski , A. , Sharpe , L. , Walker , M. , Shannon , K. , & Coughlan , M.-J. ( 2005 ) Structural characteristics of electronic gaming machines and satisfaction of play among recreational and problem gamblers . International Gambling Studies

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Forms of gambling used  Electronic gaming machines 72.0 (36) 72.0 (18) 72.0 (18) χ 2  = 0.000 1

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