The impact of the Windsor Casino on adult gambling in the city of Windsor : preliminary report
The South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS)
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AbstractThis report presents the results of research performed by The Problem Gambling Research Group of the Psychology Department at the University of Windsor. The main purpose of this multi-year project is to measure the impact of Casino Windsor on the population of the City of Windsor. Adult subjects aged 18 and older, from the Metropolitan Windsor area, were interviewed by telephone. The findings of this report are of interest to the general public, researchers, and policy makers.
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