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GAMBLING AND PROBLEM GAMBLING IN NORWAY:
LESSONS FROM NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
16 October 2006
The Norwegian gambling market: Present characteristics, new policies and future measures
Norwegian Gaming & Foundation Authority
Aspects of Norwegian gambling: Habits, problems and characteristics
Structural characteristics of gambling machines in Norway and other countries
Relationship between gambling availability and gambling problems
International approaches to minimizing gambling-related harm: Evidence from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA
GEMINI RESEARCH PO Box 1390 Northampton MA, 01061-1390 t: 413-584-4667 e:firstname.lastname@example.org
Gemini Research, Ltd. is one of the only organizations internationally that specializes in managing and reporting on studies of gambling and problem gambling in the community. Work at Gemini Research is generally conducted under contract or through grants from state, provincial or national government agencies. Projects at Gemini Research have included prevalence surveys as well as projects investigating the social and economic impacts of legal gambling on communities. Recent work at Gemini Research has focused on improving methods for identifying problem gamblers in population research and clinical settings.
Impact of Survey Description, Administration Format, and Exclusionary Criteria on Population Prevalence Rates of Problem Gambling. Jurisdiction Year Report Title
Toce-Gerstein, M, Gerstein, DR & Volberg, RA.
The NODS-CLiP: A Rapid Screen for Adult Pathological and Problem Gambling.
Journal of Gambling Studies 25 (4): 541-555.
Williams RJ & Volberg, RA.
Gambling and Problem Gambling in Arizona
British Columbia Problem Gambling Prevalence Study
Gambling and Problem Gambling in British Columbia: Results from Three Surveys, 1993 to 2003
Impact of Survey Description, Administration Format, and Exclusionary Criteria on Population Prevalence Rates of Problem Gambling.