Available online – Slide presentation by Jean-Michel Costes (French Monitoring Centre on Gambling , France) given at the 6th International Conference on Pathological Gambling and Behavioral Addictions Warsaw, 19-20 November 2018.
Online gambling in France in 2017
Conclusions and perspectives
Reference: Costes, J. (2018, November). Evolution of online gambling practices in France over the past 5 years: lessons for the regulation and prevention of problem gambling. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Pathological Gambling and Behavioral Addictions, Warsaw, Poland.
MacLean, S., Thomas, D., Atkinson, A., Griffin, T., Vaughan, R., Stephens, R., … Whiteside, M. (2018, August). Paper presented at the meeting of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation, Geelong, Australia.
- Background: In 2017/8 MDAS [Mallee District Aboriginal Services] and GEGAC [Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal CoOperative] commissioned La Trobe to collaborate on two separate studies of gambling and how communities could respond. Together we wrote two reports, one with GEGAC investigating issues for young people and one with MDAS focused on all age groups.
- In collaboration with MDAS staff we wrote an article on bingo that drew on the MDAS findings (Maltzahn et al, 2018)
- Today we report on findings across both studies. View presentation online
The Alberta Gambling Research Institute has posted the presentation slides from their 15th annual conference, which took place April 7-9 2016. From AGRI’s website:
Conference Learning Objectives
By the end of the Alberta Gambling Research Institute’s Annual Conference, participants will:
- Understand current research on the mechanisms behind gambling, problem gambling and recovery from problem gambling
- Garner knowledge of the scope of gambling-related research, locally, nationally and internationally
- Engage in discussion of issues with speakers and other participants regarding gambling, problem gambling and recovery from gambling
- Have the opportunity to showcase their research findings
Presentation themes ranged from updates on the latest research on neurobiological and cognitive mechanisms that underlie gambling and problem gambling to presentations on how different treatment and self-help interventions work. Plenary presentations from top experts provided the stimulus for structured conversation sessions that allowed participants to discuss issues in depth. Participants also had the opportunity to showcase their recent research findings. See Conference 2016 Program.
Our presentation today is drawn from an extended work in progress begun with a simple question: Have profits from Indian gaming helped to establish or expand Native museums and cultural centers as venues for cultural self-representation?…
Link to PDF: de Uriarte, J. B., & Biggs, M. (2015). Conference paper: Gambling on History: Shaping Narratives in Native Public Spaces.
Finlay-Gough, K., Marmurek, H., Kanetkar, V., & Londerville, J. (2015, June). The Influence of Casino Architecture and Structure on Problem Gambling Behaviour: An Examination Using Virtual Reality Technology. In Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Research Methods 2015: ECRM 2015 (p. 187). Academic Conferences Limited.
From a preview available at Google Books
Abstract: The results of three studies are reported which were designed to provide converging evidence of the emotion and gambling behaviour that are induced by casino settings. Two overall macro casino designs were examined in this research: the …
via Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Research Methods 2015: ECRM 2015 – Google Books.