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Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men
Coid, J. W.
King, Robert J.
Turner, J. D.
Palmer Du Preez, K.
The relationship between violence and problem gambling in general population samples is under-researched and requires further attention to inform treatment and prevention efforts. We investigated the relationship between gambling problems and violence among men and sought to determine if the link can be accounted for by mental disorders, alcohol and drug dependence and impulsivity.
Gambling , Intimate partner violence , Men , Problem gambling , Substance use , Violence
Roberts, A.D.L., Coid, J.W., King, R., Murphy, R., Turner, J.D., Bowden-Jones, H., Palmer Du Preez, K. and Landon, J. (2016) 'Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men'. Addiction, 111(2), pp. 2196-2207. doi: 10.1111/add.13522
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