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Title: A Study of Problem and Pathological Gambling Among the Citizens of Indiana Associated with Participation in the Indiana State Lottery
Authors: Laventhol & Horwath
Guida, Frank V.
David Cwi & Associates
Public Opinion Laboratory
Keywords: Gambling -- Indiana;Compulsive gambling -- Indiana
Issue Date: 12-Nov-1990
Publisher: Laventhol & Horwath
Citation: Laventhol & Horwath, Guida, F. V., David Cwi & Associates, & Public Opinion Laboratory. (1990, November). A study of problem and pathological gambling among citizens of Indiana associated with participation in the Indiana state lottery. Indianapolis, IN: Laventhol & Horwath.
Abstract: The primary objectives of this study, as outlined in the Request for Proposals, are to: Conduct a thorough review of the literature concerning addiction to gambling of all types and the psychological phenomena of compulsive gambling; Complete a random sample of individuals throughout the State by age, sex, income and occupation who have been regular participants in the Indiana Lottery to date; and Make recommendations on what actions the State should pursue to offer treatment to individuals who are addicted to gambling.
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