The Victorian Gambling Study: A longitudinal study of gambling and health in Victoria, 2008–2012
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AbstractThe Victorian Gambling Study: A longitudinal study of gambling and health in Victoria 2008–2012 is a large longitudinal study of gambling and health in Victoria, Australia. With a starting sample size of 15,000 Victorian adults (aged 18 years and over) in the first wave, it represents the largest study of its kind in Australia. This report outlines the final findings and analyses of the Victorian Gambling Study.
SponsorshipThe Victorian Government, initially through the Department of Justice and then the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, funded this research.
This publication is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence. You are free to re-use the work under that licence, on the condition that you credit the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, Rosa Billi, Christine Stone and Paul Marden as authors. This licence does not permit the creation of derivative works or use for a purpose intended for or directed towards commercial advantage or private monetary compensation. The licence does not apply to any images, photographs or branding, including the Victorian Coat of Arms, the Victorian Government logo, the Department of Justice logo and the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation logo.