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Title: The prevalence of problem gambling in Prince Edward Island
Authors: Doiron, Jason
Nicki, Richard
Prince Edward Island. Dept. of Health and Social Services
Keywords: Gambling -- Prince Edward Island;Compulsive gambling -- Prince Edward Island
Issue Date: Oct-1999
Citation: Doiron, J. & Nicki, R. (1999). The prevalence of problem gambling in Prince Edward Island. Prepared for the Prince Edward Island Department of Health and Social Service.
Abstract: At the request of the Department of Health and Social Services, the Gambling Research Team at the University of New Brunswick carried out a study entitled The Prevalence of Problem Gambling in Prince Edward Island. The first of its kind in P.E.I., this study had two major purposes: 1. to assess, in general, the level of gambling in Prince Edward Island, and 2. to assess the level of problem and pathological gambling in Prince Edward Island.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/48202
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