The Alberta Gambling Research Institute is a consortium of the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge. Its primary purpose is to support and promote research into gambling in the Province of Alberta.

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  • Business Plan 2019-2022, Alberta Gambling Research Institute 

    Alberta Gambling Research Institute (Alberta Gambling Research Institute, Alberta Gambling Research Institute, Publisher's version, 2019-01-17)
  • Alberta Gambling Research Institute Conference 2019: Blurred Lines in Gambling Research 

    Browne, Matthew; Clark, Luke; Cunningham, John; Hilbrecht, Margo; Johnson, Mark R.; Quilty, Lena C.; Rodda, Simone; Sanders, James; Tavares, Hermano; Tremblay, Joël; Wardle, Heather; Williams, Robert J.; Wohl, Michael J. A. (Alberta Gambling Research Institute, Alberta Gambling Research Institute, Publisher's version, 2019-03)
    The Alberta Gambling Research Institute's 18th Annual Conference "Blurred Lines in Gambling Research" took place March 28-30, 2019 @ The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada. Opening reception the evening of March 28, 2019.
  • Conceptual Framework of Harmful Gambling: An International Collaboration, Third Edition 

    Abbott, Max; Binde, Per; Clark, Luke; Hodgins, David; Johnson, Mark; Manitowabi, Darrel; Quilty, Lena; Spångberg, Jessika; Volberg, Rachel; Walker, Douglas; Williams, Robert (Gambling Research Exchange Ontario, Gambling Research Exchange Ontario, 2018-11-22)
    Although it is seen by many as a form of leisure and recreation, gambling can have serious repercussions for individuals, families, and society as a whole. The harmful effects of gambling have been studied for decades in ...
  • 2014 New BrunswickGambling Prevalence Study 

    MQO Research; New Brunswick Department of Health; New Brunswick Department of Finance (New Brunswick Department of Health; New Brunswick, Lotteries and Gaming Corporation, MQO Research, 2015-05-27)
    This report presents the findings of the 2014 New Brunswick Gambling Prevalence Study conducted by MQO Research on behalf of the New Brunswick Department of Health (Health) and the Department of Finance (Finance). This ...
  • Statewide Gambling Prevalence in Maryland: 2017 

    Tracy, J. Kathleen; Maranda, Louise; Scheele, Christina (Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling, University of Maryland, Baltimore, 2018-01-21)
    This survey of Maryland households was conducted between August and October of 2017 to assess changes in gambling prevalence in the Maryland population following introduction of casino gambling in 2010. The goal was to ...
  • Gam(bl)ing realities in the new digital era: Epistemological shifts and challenges for public health 

    Kairouz, Sylvia (Concordia University, 2018-11-20)
    Presentation by Dr. Sylvia Kairouz on November 20, 2018 for the Una Ridley Lecture at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Lethbridge. Dr. Kairouz is the Research Chair on Gambling in the Department of Sociology ...
  • Problem gambling prevalence in the Oregon criminal justice system: Internal report 

    Moore, Thomas L. (Oregon Health Authority, Herbert & Louis, LLC, https://www.oregonpgs.org/about/copyright/, 2018-06)
    The intention of this project was to provide a baseline estimate of the prevalence of gambling and gambling problems in the DOC prison populations. The study design was a rudimentary survey format from an opportunity ...
  • BCLC’s voluntary self-exclusion program from the perspectives and experiences of program participants 

    Cohen, Irwin M.; Davies, Garth (Centre for Public Safety & Criminal Justice Research, University of the Fraser Valley, University of the Fraser Valley, 2016-01)
    The main objective of this current study is to review BCLC’s Voluntary Self-Exclusion (VSE) program from the perspectives of participants.
  • Annual report 2017-18, Alberta Gambling Research Institute 

    Alberta Gambling Research Institute (Alberta Gambling Research Institute, Alberta Gambling Research Institute, 2018-12-05)
  • Gaming micro-transactions for chance-based items 

    Senate Standing Committees on Environment and Communications, Parliament of Australia (Parliament of Australia, Parliament of Australia, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/au/, 2018-11)
    The Senate referred the following matter to the Environment and Communications References Committee for inquiry and report: The extent to which gaming micro-transactions for chance-based items, sometimes referred to as ...

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