Gambling and decision-making: A dual process perspective

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31 (4):444-445 (2008)
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Abstract

The consideration of gambling as a decision-making disorder may fail to explain why the majority of people gamble, yet only a small percentage of people lose control of their behaviour to the point where their gambling becomes problematic. The application of dual process theories to gambling addiction offers a means of explaining the differences between and gambling, augmenting the multiple vulnerabilities proposed by Redish et al

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