published in: 2005
summary: Researchers face several challenges in conducting gambling treatment research. These include the impact of monetary incentives to participate, difficulty in subject recruitment, treatment ambivalence, heterogeneity of gambling behaviors among treatment samples, the role of natural recovery, the impact of intractable financial pressures, and the specification of adequate process and outcome measures. Each challenge is defined and potential resolutions suggested.
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type: article in journal
is part of a publication: Journal of Gambling Studies
original language: English
article pagination: start page: 73 - end page: 78
keywords: outcomes , problem gambling , process , treatment
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