Compulsive gambling in Michigan: Final Report
AuthorGullickson, Arlen R
Hartmann, David J
Michigan. Bureau of State Lottery
Western Michigan University. Evaluation Center
Leonard C. Kercher Center for Social Research
SubjectCompulsive gambling -- Michigan
Gamblers -- Michigan -- Psychology
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AbstractThis study was conducted under contract with the Bureau of State Lottery in response to the state legislature’s request for information on compulsive gamblers in the state of Michigan. As conceived, the study was expected to examine the: 1) extent of gambling addiction among Michigan citizens as concerns both legal and illegal gambling; 2) incidence of different forms of gambling for persons 18 years and older, including lottery, race tracks, and casinos.
SponsorshipMichigan Bureau of State Lottery
This study was funded under contract with the Michigan Bureau of State Lottery. The opinions expressed are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of the Bureau of State Lottery or any state agency.
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