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Authors: Sebastián Giralt, Kai W. Müller, Manfred E. Beutel, Michael Dreier, Eva Duven and Klaus Wölfling

Introduction Research into gambling behavior among adolescents has steadily increased in recent years. International studies have consistently found that problematic gambling mainly occurs in male adolescents and it is to be

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problematic gamblers have more difficulties in the use of functional ER strategies compared to non-problematic gamblers. Less emotional awareness in pathological gamblers ( Williams et al., 2012 ) might indicate problems in emotion recognition. This induces

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://mipszi.hu/sites/default/files/mpt_ngy2016_kivonatkotet_0509.pdf [Letöltve: 2019. 09. 01.] 8 Donati, M. A., Primi, C. & Chiesi, F. (2014) Prevention of Problematic Gambling Behavior among Adolescents: Testing the

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Authors: Axelle Moreau, Henri Chabrol and Emeline Chauchard

prevalence of excessive gaming in the poker player population. The expressions “problematic gambling,” “pathological gambling,” and “risky gambling” are common and often used interchangeably. “Pathological gambling” means that a pathological gambling

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other in the development of youth problematic gambling behavior. Two sets of analysis were conducted. In the first set of analyses, the predictive power of a set of variables on gambling was examined (including gender along with cognitive

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studying, it does suggest that at-risk or problematic gamblers may benefit from PFI treatment interventions. Results demonstrate that PFI may also be used as a promising source of preventative measures for at-risk gambling behaviors. This type of

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Authors: Martina Goslar, Max Leibetseder, Hannah M. Muench, Stefan G. Hofmann and Anton-Rupert Laireiter

individual, self-reliant acquisition of knowledge about problematic gambling behavior. Although PFB materials were typically processed within brief, single sessions, these treatment options cannot be classified according to structured modules

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Authors: Madison Stange, Alexander C. Walker, Derek J. Koehler, Jonathan A. Fugelsang and Mike J. Dixon

differences in thinking style, frequency of scratch card gambling behavior, and problematic gambling. Authors’ contribution MS and ACW wrote the manuscript. All authors conceived of the idea for the study and approved the design

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involving gamblers along the severity continuum would allow for a test of the predictive utility of HEXACO dimensions on problematic gambling. Ultimately, identifying individuals who are low in the honesty–humility dimension may aid in prevention efforts

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Authors: Seth W. Whiting, Marc N. Potenza, Crystal L. Park, Sherry A. McKee, Carolyn M. Mazure and Rani A. Hoff

, other conditions and diagnoses that have been linked to problematic gambling are also common in veterans, suggesting the potential for increased risk in this population. In a large sample of veterans returning from Iraq or Afghanistan seen at Veterans

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