Patterns and characteristics of adolescent gambling Article

Winters, KC, Stinchfield, R, Fulkerson, J. (1993). Patterns and characteristics of adolescent gambling . 9(4), 371-386. 10.1007/BF01014628

cited authors

  • Winters, KC; Stinchfield, R; Fulkerson, J

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  • Minnesota youth (15 to 18-years of age) were surveyed regarding their gambling experiences and psychosocial risk status. Gambling was reported by most of the subjects, with 8.7% classified as problem gamblers. Correlates of problem gambling included school difficulties, regular drug use, delinquency, parental gambling, and being male. Adolescent gambling is conceptualized as a normal experience of youth, yet those in the problem gambling group may be particularly vulnerable to future gambling problems. © 1993 Human Sciences Press, Inc.

publication date

  • December 1, 1993

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  • 371

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  • 386


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