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Title: Gambling and Problem Gambling Among Older Adults in Ontario
Authors: Wiebe, Jamie
Single, Eric
Falkowski-Ham, Agata
Mun, Phil
Keywords: Gambling -- Ontario;Compulsive gambling -- Ontario;Older people -- Ontario
Issue Date: Nov-2004
Publisher: Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre
Citation: Wiebe, J, Single, E., Falkowski-Ham, A., Mun, P. (2004). Gambling and problem gambling among older adults in Ontario. Prepared for the Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre.
Abstract: The following report presents the results of a survey regarding the nature and extent of gambling and gambling problems among adults 60 years and over in Ontario. The survey was part of a larger prevalence study with individuals 18 years and older under a grant from the Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre. The study is intended to determine the characteristics and prevalence of gambling and problem gambling among older Ontario adults, examine factors related to problem gambling, and discuss the implications of these findings for addressing gambling problems among older adults.
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