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  1. With the rise of legalized gambling in Macau, Singapore, and other Asian countries, pathological gambling should be more thoroughly discussed by clinical and research professionals in the Asia-Pacific region. ...

    Authors: David Chim

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2014 2:BF03342127

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  2. Excessive gambling negatively impacts the lives of gamblers’ spouses. This study investigated stressful life events, perceived stress, coping resources and health risks of 10 spouses recruited from two treatme...

    Authors: Kai Chung Leung, Irene Lai Kuen Wong, Kam Mei Lau and Sau Ching Yeung

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2014 1:BF03342119

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  3. This study examined the prevalence of gambling involvement and pathological gambling among students aged 12 to 17 years in Hong Kong, and investigated the correlates of problem gambling. The DSM-IV-MR-J was ad...

    Authors: Irene Lai Kuen Wong

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2014 1:BF03342118

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  4. This article examines Vietnamese Australian gamblers’ views on luck and winning to explore their subjective perspectives. Illusion of control beliefs have been identified as a predictor of gambling frequency a...

    Authors: Keis Ohtsuka and Thai Ohtsuka

    Citation: Asian Journal of Gambling Issues and Public Health 2014 1:BF03342117

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