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Psychological and Social Factors Associated with Problem Gambling in Ontario: A One Year Follow-Up Study
Jamie Wiebe (Responsible Gambling Council), Eric Single (Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse), Agata Falkowski-Ham (Responsible Gambling Council) | Oct 1, 2003
This report is based on a study which builds Measuring Gambling and Problem Gambling in Ontario (Wiebe, Single & Falkowski-Ham, 2001) by following up a sample of participants from the prevalence study approximately one year later. This report examines the relationship between problem gambling and
- Life events
- Social support
The results of this study suggest strong relationships between having gambling problems at follow-up and experiencing depression, distress, loneliness and low social support.
See also the companion report based on the same study, Exploring the Evolution of Problem Gambling: One Year Follow-up Study [link] (2003)