published in: 2005
summary: Few studies have evaluated the comparative efficacy, effectiveness and mode of action of specific treatment interventions, or developed evidence-based best-practice management guidelines for the treatment of problem gambling. While individual and multi-modal programmes demonstrate positive results, systematic well-designed randomised controlled studies incorporating follow-up blind assessments and standardised diagnostic and outcome measures are needed to establish long-term outcomes.
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type: article in journal
is part of a publication: Journal of Gambling Studies
copyright: © 2009 Ingenta
original language: English
article pagination: start page: 5 - end page: 11
keywords: behavioral therapy , cognitive therapy , pathological gambling , problem gambling , treatment outcome
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